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Rep. Raul Labrador (ID) : Today’s “Humanitarian” Award Winner


Congratulations to….


Rep. Raul Labrador

Today’s “Humanitarian” Award Winner


This isn’t the first Award presented to Raul. In the past, he has been the recipient of one (1) Homophobe Award. That award can be viewed by visiting the Homophobe Award category


Raul is another in a long list of loser attorneys that decided to go into politics after learning how difficult it was to earn a dishonest living practicing law after he graduated in 1995 from the University of Washington Law School. Therefore, he decided to go into the second most ethical profession (used car salesman No. 1), politics.


During a recent (early May 2017) town hall meeting at Lewis & Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. A Raul constituent who is concerned with the GOPs so-called repeal and replace of Obamacare stated to Raul:

  • “You are making a mandate that will kill people.”

Raul the Humanitarian responded by saying:

  • “No one wants anybody to die. That line is so indefensible.”
  • “Nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care.”

Raul’s asinine statement is proven to be false per a 2009 Harvard study that concluded that at least 45,000 Americans died annually because they lacked health insurance.


Of course, Raul has had his health insurance costs paid by the taxpayers of Idaho and/or the U.S. beginning in 2006 and continuing through 2017.


Raul is just another right-wing ideologue who doesn’t much give a damn how many Americans die in any given year because they cannot afford to purchase health insurance.


Luckily for Raul, his congressional district has almost zero Medicaid recipients and that includes senior citizens. Moreover, the clear majority of his constituents can easily afford to pay $15,000 to $20,000 annually to purchase quality healthcare insurance.



Congrats to Raul; keep up the good work! We should let everyone know of your amazing record as one of Americas Least Appreciated “Humanitarians”; you are far too humble.



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