July 3, 2012
Woman upset by health care ruling unsure which country to move to
Less than a week after the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, one Knoxville woman still doesn't know where she will go to flee from the tyranny of health care coverage. Hilary Kuosa, 31, reacted to news of the Supreme Court's decision by feeling sick to her stomach and then refusing to be treated by a doctor. "Canada and Greenland and Cuba all have universal health care, so they're out," said Kuosa. "And Mexico almost does. I guess I could go to Turkey, but Turkish food gives me gas." Kuosa said that she still has a few options and is considering them carefully. "Somalia is really promising," she said. "They also have really low taxes. And they love the Second Amendment. I guess I have until 2014 to decide. But by then some other countries will probably have universal health care. Now I know why Carmen Sandiego was always moving."
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