Reporters Sneak Flu Shots, Learn Valuable Lesson
AFP reports that American reporters covering Bush's trip to Canada used to opportunity to snag flu shots, making "the 10-minute walk from their workspace in the Government Conference Center in downtown Ottawa to the Appletree Medical Center, which charged just 20 dollars (17 dollars US)." "Quipped" one: "While Cuban cigars are a valuable commodity, we could make a far greater profit if we could smuggle some flu vaccine back into the United States." What excellent ownership society-type thinking! Except, of course, they're still journalists: "It's enough to make you believe in socialized medicine."
Bush reporters race to get flu shots [AFP/Yahoo]