Jimmy Kimmel Reveals Details of His Son’s Birth And Heart Disease

Submitted by: normalfreak2 5 months ago in Entertainment News & Politics

Damn, who cutting the onions?

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Male 40,764
The only thing worse than attacking someone else's child to make a political point?
Using your own child's sickness to score political points based on lies...
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Male 677
Tetralogy of Fallot. Well at least I have something in common with Jimmy Kimmel's son.
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Male 3,446
Kimmel has had some very heart felt speeches as of late...and to think this is one half of The Man Show?!?
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Male 7,941
kalron27 Yea that is shocking I would have thought he would have ended up like Joe Rogan, but Jimmy seems completely different from Adam.
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Male 3,446
normalfreak2 Talk about polar opposites...Adam Corolla still think women are only good for bouncing on trampolines. 
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Male 7,941
Cynical response.  Not my problem, why are my tax dollars paying for sick kids?  They should take care of themselves!  No money? Not my fault the parents are lazy and poor.  
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Male 1,743
normalfreak2

Children's hospitals should be funded by their "beloved American Parents" (I am not one) not the Federal Government just like so many other things it funds. The Federal government needs to stay away from our hospitals and let them take care of themselves so that rich neighborhoods have high infant survival rates and poor neighborhoods have low infant survival rates the way God intended it to be.

Unrestrained and unregulated capitalism is always the solution!
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Male 7,941
bliznik  Let the free markets decide who lives and who dies!  It's the only way!
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Male 4,152
normalfreak2 Something seriously wrong with you.
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Male 7,941
trimble Hey Snowflake, Getting Government out of HEALTHCARE MAKES SENSE.  I mean then companies can charge nothing out of hte goodness of their hearts to take care of kids.  That's how Capitalism works bro
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Male 4,152
normalfreak2 Yep, no doubt about it, you have real issues.
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Male 7,941
trimble I'm simply using the pro personal responsibility argument, you don't like it?
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Male 554
normalfreak2 I can't tell if your argument is satire or not.  Help a guy out?
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Male 7,941
muert Satire with a bit of seriousness.  I'm trying to look at healthcare from the "pro free market" perspective.  To me it only makes sense if you are the one in control of the "free market" or if their were actual options in health insurance.  But Every state has 1-3 providers and that's pretty much it.
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Male 554
normalfreak2 I am generally in favor of a free market, however in this situation we are looking at a market that is punishing people that are unable to influence the market themselves.  

Children shouldn't have to suffer because their parents are not financially well endowed.  I would argue that the government should help bring the minimum baseline up for all the disadvantaged kids.  If reach people want to send their kids to schools/hospitals/etc. that are better then they are free to do so.
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Male 4,152
normalfreak2 You are using what you perceive as the pro personal responsibility argument and due to your anxiety your perception is badly askew. 
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Male 2,635
trimble
Enlighten everyone then, and apply the argument to this situation.
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I watched it this morning and it was touching. Thanks for sharing :)
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