Frank Knotts, a charter member of the FSP brain trust, has worked out the solution to the health care crisis. Mr. Knotts simply states that poor people should save their money better in order to afford health care and/or health insurance premiums. (LINK) He gives an example of how to economize: getting rid of his daughter’s cell phone.

This is brilliant. On a family cell phone plan, getting rid of one phone would save approximately $10/month. With this huge economization, bumps and bruises requiring medical treatment, prescription medicines, and life-threatening illnesses could be treated and paid for by these currently spendthrift poor people.

Thanks, Frank. Pure genius. As you point out, there is no health care crisis. Its those damn poor people and their insistence on remaining poor that’s the problem. Quick; call Hillary and tell her you’ve figured it out.