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“…Then she said she had solutions. The solution that she offered for the pre-existing condition my grandson had was, she offered to bring the family a, a hot meal….”

Missouri’s answer to Minnesota’s Michelle Bachmann has a television commercial ready to clog the airwaves:

Via our friends at Fired Up:

[Vicky Hartzler for Congress. Approved by Vicky Hartzler, Paid for by Vicky Hartzler for Congress] I’m Vicky Hartzler and I approved this message.

Government too often has become the problem, not the solution. To preserve our freedom and our children’s future it’s time we get America back on the right track.

Narrator: Vicky Hartzler, small business owner. [Small Business Experience] Life long farmer. Former teacher. [Lebanon & Belton Schools] Leader for lower taxes, smaller government, and our values. [Proven Conservative Leader] Wife and mother. [Endorsed by Mo. Right to Life]

Around here, when something’s broken, we fix it. [Real Conservative. Real Change.] And that’s what I’ll do in Congress.

Fix it? Really? And how would you do that? Just asking.

A health care story (September 3, 2009):

….SMP: And, and you’ve told your story in a variety of, of places. Last week you attended a, another forum for, in this area. Could you tell me about that?

Randy Huggins:…Last Thursday I went to a health care information forum, I guess you could call it, Vickiy Hartzler [a declared Republican candidate for the 4th Congressional District seat] held here. And she had concerns about the legislation and she had things that she liked about the legislation. Then she said she had solutions. The solution that she offered for the pre-existing condition my grandson had was, she offered to bring the family a, a hot meal. [pause] We’re hungry, but that’s not gonna help his heart, so.

SMP: And so, do you, do you feel some frustration when, when dealing with this, you know, the subject of health care reform and when you feel like people give you solutions that really aren’t solutions?

Randy Huggins: Absolutely it’s frustrating. [pause] I, I just, I don’t understand where they’re coming from. Why they can’t see the need to fix, the system’s broken. And they don’t see any need to fix it or to change it in any way. Just….

“…To preserve our freedom and our children’s future it’s time we get America back on the right track…”

Unless our children happen to have a pre-existing medical condition, then, tough luck on that future preservation thing, eh?