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Alan Grayson Breaks Down -- or Rather, Simulates It
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I’ve been blogging the emotion card-playing from desperate Obamacare advocates all week.

Now, Florida’s favorite Democrat potty mouth has jumped on stage (hat tip – William Amos):

Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson is making headlines again Thursday morning for his comments on health care reform. But this time it’s for a very different reason.

The Central Florida lawmaker broke down Wednesday as he spoke to Congress about why he’s fighting for reform.

Grayson read letter after letter from people across the country who wrote to him about their problems with the current health care system.

“I lost my mother and I’m only 23 years old. I have no other family. I spend Christmas alone. I would do anything to ensure this never happens again to anyone,” Grayson read.

Video at the link if you can stand it. I’d say he exudes about as much sincerity as a used car salesman, but that would be an insult to used car salesmen.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Alan Grayson, Health care