The "Trig vs. The Death Squads" Fact-Check That Definitely Explains Everything
It is understandable, of course, that right now everyone's most immediate concern isprotecting Trig Palin from Obama's Human Productivity Freikorps. There is just no time to worry about specifics like reality. Enter Meg Stapleton, whose job it is as official spokesperson to an unemployed private citizen to concern herself with such horrid, gruesome detail, like how Obama will personally expel Trig to the alabaster, horizonless Alaska of the Sky. See "HR3200 p. 425 see 'Advance Care Planning Consultation,'" clarifies Stapleton. Hats off everybody, please—show some respect.
According to Jake "Tapper" Tapper, HR3200 p. 425 includes:
“a list of national and State-specific resources to assist consumers and their families with advance care planning,” and an explanation “of the continuum of end-of-life services and supports available, including palliative care and hospice, and benefits for such services and supports that are available under this title,” as well as “an explanation of orders regarding life sustaining treatment or similar orders.”
How cynical, Herr Öbama. At least when you say "consumers and their families" have the decency to say what you actually mean—what we all know you're alluding to—which is "specifically Trig Palin and Sarah Palin's parents, who are very old, too old for my taste, frankly."