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'Saw VI' movie is Obamacare propaganda

"You have seen the errors of your policy!"

LA Times points out the absolutely ridiculous political motivation behind the horror flick:

But hey, it turns out he was once turned down by an insurance company for a medical procedure. Jigsaw wants healthcare reform!

In what might be the shrewdest, most politically tinged move for this reprehensibly gory, obnoxiously cynical and incompetently directed (this time by original "Saw" editor Kevin Greutert) series, the "Saw VI" writers have given Jigsaw (Tobin Bell, the Hoarse Whisperer) a target for his death-and-dismemberment contraptions that average movie audiences -- well, the ones who like this stuff -- might actually feel some real-life vengeance toward: slick, heartless, coverage-denying bureaucrats.

But, really, do reformers and victims of callous health insurers really want a guy with a penchant for elaborately constructed death panels of his own to be their advocate."

Seattle Times saw the same laughable propaganda:

"You have seen the errors in your policy," Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) hisses in the latest "Saw" movie. And, kids, he's hissing a pun at Big Insurance when he does, the profiteers who determine "who lives and who dies."

As Jigsaw tortures the actuarial menace who sentenced him and other cancer patients to death, forcing Not-Evil-Just-Officious Will (Peter Outerbridge) to save or let die his Umbrella Insurance colleagues, Will is reminded that "your decisions (are) symbolized by the blood on your hands."

At least LA Times and Seattle Times didn't try to cover it up or whitewash what's really going on here. We are truly living in Soviet Russia.

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