What does it say about our political system when in middle of a pandemic and depression the White House can declare war on food and health care for the poor and the opposition party has nothing to say about it?
In a world where your government actually cared about your life, it would try to make sure that poor people got health care during a pandemic. Especially when roughly the bottom quarter of the population will be losing health insurance.
You might think that in the middle of a pandemic, combined with a collapse of the labor market, that politicians might show a little sympathy for the working class and want them to get health care.
Obviously you don't know Oklahoma Republicans.
There's been two health care news stories that have gotten some attention in recent days.
The first one is that the cost of family health coverage in the U.S. now tops $20,000 a year for the first time ever.