Friday Funny

On a serious note, this is actually why we advise against using the terms “universal coverage” when we talk about winning quality, affordable health care for everyone. It’s not that we think people will assume we want to cover ETs (although I am sure there is someone somewhere out there who thinks that’s what it means), but many people hear the word “universal” and think “bigger than me,” and that’s not the scope we need to convey.

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