Matthew Holt

The Deer Hunter and healthcare reform

Greg Pawleski sent me this little tale. This is the pull-off SR 61 and Adamsdale Rd in Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania. The deer was hit there. The couch was dumped there previously. Day two, the deer was on the couch.  Day three, the end table and lamp showed up. Day four, the TV and TV stand showed up. The Trooper had to call PENN DOT and wait because of all the people stopping to take pictures.  PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE SIGN.

Deer

The cardboard caption in front of the deer on the couch reads:Sorry Hunters.  Obama ruined healthcare.  We can’t afford to have injured hunters on our conscience.  Stayed home. Sorry. The deer.”

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  1. The picture is Hardly worth commenting on. Which I might add is completely inaccurate as it has not been made law!So it has not been Obama that has screwed with this Bill.It has been Insurance the (Puppetmasters) and Congress the (Puppeteers) that are having their strings pulled.
    After all,Accepting monies for re-election is the same as prositution.So, who do you think the loyalities will be given to, when a bill is in front of them?

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  4. The real story here (sadly anyone who has ever lived in PA for a while already knows) is that it took days and days for PENNDOT to remove this from the road. Arguably the worst state Dept. of Transportation in the country.

  5. The incoherent sentiment is the froth churned by waves crashing on the shore.
    I do love the inspired art action.

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