Scaring America With Badly Designed Health Care Infographics

Republicans have released the above graphic explaining how the Democratic health care plan will-or really won't-work. This looks horrifying and bureaucratic. Nothing will be organized because the arrows between them are long and wavy; how will we possibly get our insurance? The humanity. Perhaps the flowchart could be designed in such a way that doesn't make everything look like a mishegoss of inter-agency nightmares. Perhaps then it might seem a little less scary?No matter how scared Republicans try to make us that nationalized health care wont be able to be explained in a clean flow chart, they may have very little to say about it.
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