Monday, September 23, 2013

The Corner | National Review Online

The Corner | National Review Online: "On Sunday night during the Emmy’s, leftwing filmmaker Michael Moore tweeted that Breaking Bad’s award-winning plot would have never transpired in Canada because cancer-stricken protagonist Walter White would have received treatment shortly after his diagnosis. In the show, White, a high-school chemistry teacher in New Mexico, turns to making and dealing meth to secure his family’s finances before he dies. In Canada though, Moore argues, White would have received treatment paid for by the government and wouldn’t have felt forced to turn to a life of crime."

'via Blog this'

Some should tell Michael Moore that TV isn't real. White never turned into meth dealer, and therefore, everything must be fine with our healthcare system.

No comments: