29 November, 2005

Kat The Knife

I killed everyone who died from TennCare cuts. Glen says so.

7 Comments:

At 10:48 PM, November 29, 2005, Blogger John H said...

call me crazy but I think once again you are this

 
At 11:34 PM, November 29, 2005, Blogger Glen Dean said...

Katherine, grow up. I didn't say that you killed anybody. You have been acting like such a baby the last few days. Get over yourself.

 
At 1:15 AM, November 30, 2005, Blogger Sharon Cobb said...

Kat...That's impossible because it's my fault. I (and other TennCare advocates) wait for them to die so I can exploit them.
Something like that.

Glen "Get over yourself?" Are you totally oblivious to how utterly rude and mean you've been to Katherine and me the last few days?

We're scratching our heads wondering if we go near you if we're going to get Jekyll or Hyde.

Both of us hope you're okay.

 
At 1:46 AM, November 30, 2005, Blogger Glen Dean said...

Yes I am totally oblivious. I haven't attacked either of you personally. I have attacked your ideas, but that is it. I even offered up a truce. You and Katherine are both acting like little teenage girls here. Your philosophy and ideology gets attacked and you take it personally. I am reaching out to you and you won't accept it. That is fine. I have done my part.

 
At 5:02 AM, November 30, 2005, Blogger Kat Coble said...

Actually, John, I'm not angry at all. I'm bemused. I was gonna write more but the dog had to go out, etc.

Glen, you said that Since most TennCare supporters only see things through the prism of government, the people who are really at fault for the deaths of those cut from TennCare, are people like me. No the blood is not on Sharon's hands or even Governor Bredesen's hands, the blood is on my hands and every other Christian in this state. It was us who allowed them to die.

Since I am one of the Every Other Christian[s] in this state, you did attack me personally.

From everything I've read about the TennCare-related deaths, there were a number of mitigating circumstances. In some cases the loss of TennCare seems precipitory, in others it seems ancillary. I don't know enough about any of the deaths to make a definitive statement. Stop throwing your brothers to the arena, Glen.

 
At 2:48 PM, November 30, 2005, Blogger Glen Dean said...

I tell you what Katherine, when you stand before the Lord on judgement day, tell him that governement should have done something. I don't think it would be a good idea, but go ahead and do it. That is all I have to say about this subject for now.

 
At 3:00 PM, November 30, 2005, Blogger Kat Coble said...

Do you even read 1/10th of what I write? Honestly.

 

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