On his program "Huckabee," the former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate puts the government and media hysteria over the swine flu "epidemic" into perspective. Huck is absolutely correct!
The CDC tells us that 36,000 Americans die every year from the flu and as many as 56,000 died in 2006, the last year for which records are available. Of course, we have heard President Barry Hussein Obama use the panic to hype the need for universal healthcare and more federal spending on medical research (I guess if Bush had been more friendly to embryonic stem cell research this strain of flu would not exist). Never let a crisis go to waste, right Barrack? Right, Rahm?
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