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Thursday, February 25, 2010

The key to passing a Health Care Reform Bill is Medical Marijuana.

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All they need to do is to promise that health insurance will pay to get everyone smoked up as treatment for an unlimited number of ailments. Send out some free samples (of the good stuff; none of that generic weed) to members of the House and the Senate; after a couple of hours of negotiating in a smoke filled room the vote will be unanimous.

Full disclosure: Same one as before, I have never touched the crap in my life.

Yeah, I am suffering from a bout of silliness today. I made the mistake of watching some of today’s healthcare summit. Now I am fighting cravings for bourbon… and a cigar. Does alcohol and tobacco qualify for coverage as psychotropic medications?

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