Quality Persons

“My son is a high quality person…”

A striking presidential sentiment.
Like defending an expensive choice cut
of red meat.

This view of healthy humanity
as a valuable commodity
reminds me
of his plan for health insurance divestment:

A very, very good plan for all Americans
[who are fortunate enough to be high quality persons,
transparently free of unfortunate pre-existing
Grade B
or C
or, god forbid, Grade D
or E
or Total Fail conditions.]


One thought on “Quality Persons

  1. Janet Tanner says:

    It’s kind of curious that he uses a word like quality to describe a person. I wonder what criteria he uses to denote high vs. low quality persons?


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