| January 31, 2007
Follow-up from yesterday’s story. You can’t argue with the numbers.
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Along the same vein of Halliburton saved Iraq and the mafia saved Little Italy.
or the way personal injury lawyers saved “the little guy.”
There are no numbers there to argue with. So I guess you’re right, you can’t argue with numbers that don’t exist.
I hope Kevin uses more facts when he makes medical diagnoses than when he does political ones.
“There are no numbers there to argue with. So I guess you’re right, you can’t argue with numbers that don’t exist.”
You must be one of the finer products of our public school system. Brilliant!
Did you see numbers you would rely on there? I see one doctor’s claim that one hospital claims it is recruiting 100 more physicians than it was in 2002.
That hardly seems like anything that would support the blanket statement that tort “reform” cured their ills.
But hey, who needs facts? This is politics!
“But hey, who needs facts? This is politics!”
John Edwards and his like can talk to dead babies with less facts contained in this story.
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