Aphorismus


Aphorismus ( a-phor-is’-mus): Calling into question the proper use of a word.

You call that health insurance? It looks more like a death warrant! It’ll deprive millions of people of health insurance by driving up monthly premium costs.

Can you imagine having to pay half your monthly salary for health insurance? You better start imagining it and contact your representative in Congress and let them know you’ll never vote for them again if Trumpcare becomes the law of the land.

Trumpcare is a heartless inhumane piece of legislation, laced with cruelty and a complete lack of empathy for the thousands of people who will die as a result of its passage. In sum, Trumpcare is plainly evil–the work of Devils disguising themselves as Congressional saints.

I guess if you want to serve Satan, that’s your business. Go ahead and support Trumpcare.

Oh, if you can, give my regards to the Evil One at the rally that’s due here in a couple of weeks. I’ll be home reading my Bible and praying for your soul.

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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)

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