Betsy McCaughey, the Clinton-era health care reform foe who has risen again to fight President Obama's push, has resigned from her post on the board of directors of Cantel Medical Corporation to "avoid any appearance of a conflict on interest."
McCaughey has been a Wall Street banker, a Republican lieutenant governor, and a staffer at conservative think tanks, but as James Fallows noted at The Atlantic recently, she has falsely presented herself as a neutral researcher in the health care debate. She helped give birth to the pernicious "death panel" charge against health reform legislation with a column in Bloomberg News. Asked to defend her positions on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart Thursday night,
Answer by Carpy at 9:13 PM on Aug. 21, 2009
And just what is it you want us to think???
I just want you to THINK! You always attack ME for only posting anti-repub...do you ever post anything pro-dem? are YOUR posts in a positive or negative tone? You can't say that nothing I ever posted makes ZERO sense...so you are being obtuse based on party, no? So why ACCUSE me of what you yourself do??
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Sweet A Kins I feel sorry for you. Your only purpose on cafemom is to post political stuff. How pathetic your life must be.
Yes, very pathetic that Im not posting about the Octo Mom or Jon and Kate...Politics is so irrevelent!
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