Gotta love those hilarious people at Fox News

Lisa Kennedy Montgomery: A great Fox News humanitarian

As a 60-year-old with incurable cancer — forced out of a career, dependent on disability payments and Medicaid — it’s always good to know someone’s got my back. Take commentator Lisa Kennedy Montgomery, for instance, and her ever-so-compassionate Fox News colleagues.

She blasted “progressive hysteria” around the Republican-sponsored attempt to deprive 22 million Americans of their health insurance — a proposal winning a whopping 17-percent popularity rating. She claims all us softy snowflakes are hollering duck and cover from an unavoidable reality: “You know what the crazy thing is? We’re all going to die. And they can’t predict — there’s no way unless they are absolutely psychic and have a party line to heaven, they don’t know who’s going to die or when or how many people.”

No kidding.

The implied point behind the Democratic “rhetoric,” which is substantiated by professionals in the health field, is that people will die from either curable or treatable diseases at a younger age because the GOP refused to see that the US is the only developed nation depriving its citizens of universal health care. In other words, Ms. Montgomery — who bears all the dignity of a snotty college sophomore who’s just finished reading her on-line crib notes —  doesn’t get it. She may very well thank her lucky stars if Mitch McConnell loses this battle. I’m not psychic, but stats show that one in seven women gets breast cancer. What if she finds herself among them, just after she’s lost her Fox News job and her insurance?

Hey, everybody dies. Bum luck.

Her wisdom:

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Charles Redfern is an ordained clergyman specializing in healing and conflict transformation. He lives with his wife and son in Connecticut.

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