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Sep 21, 2009 | 4:35 AM EDT

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Here is an itneractive look at two power players in the ongoing healthcare debate: the Moderate Democratic Senator and the Conservative Republican Congressman. See what they have to say about the debate and then respond...



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll buy me a new ghetto bluster first. haha


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

"Debate" right...

Nice to see this was kept fair and completely devoid of bias.

*looks at the poorly drawn image of the conservative*

Oh... wait...


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Ugh, you stupid liberals

You always have to skew the truth, don't you? What you clearly don't know is that France has a great amount of debt because of their inexpensive health care, and the doctors earn a lot less because of it. So as a result there are less opportunities for success in the medical field, or do you just want everyone to make the same amount of money? With the US's great deficit, a health care plan is the last thing we need, especially since a good number of diseases can be easily avoided (See: H1N1), and don't try to push that healthcare is going to be free. I got a $1500 bill for not even going to the doctor once after the bill was passed, now what was this you were saying about free healthcare? Use your fucking head. 4 for making the commentator properly represent liberal idiocy.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great but...

Great bit, but last I checked the WHO rankings, Cuba ranked far ABOVE the US.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


GOOD: I love satirical humour where you can learn about current events. I found it to be so true with the Republicans commenting how having universal healthcare will turn the United States into a socialist hellhole. I learned a little about the ongoing healthcare debate and had a kick lout of throwing some pies.

BAD: Shows no sources for the facts on the ranking of the nation's healthcare and the lip-synching really bugged me. The flash is not really laugh-out-loud funny as it tried.

IMPROVE: I would add in some sources like links to credible statistic websites tagged on the fact segments and work more on the synching so he's actually talking instead of shapes taking turns to be on the guy's face.

OVERALL: The flash was nice but not the best, this coming from a person who is from a country that's famous for universal healthcare. I admire your effort to help us learn about the public option debate but it could still be better with better humour.

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