Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Why doesn't the South Support Health Care Reform?
Economically, they should, because they're more likely to need it (8 of the "top" 10 and 10 of the "top" 13 fattest states are in the south), and more likely to not have it (13 of the top 14 highest incidences of poverty are southern states). Yet (and I have no data on this) it seems southerners get a real bug where it don't belong when they hear about health care reform. Hmmm