Sarah Palin's grandson gets state funded health care? How interesting
Sarah Palin has been shouting about how Obama's plan for taxpayer funded healthcare will mean "death panels" and all sorts of other evils will befall us.
But it turns out her own grandson is actually covered by socialized health care, originating from Indian Health Services and the Alaska Native Medical Center.
This was discovered by Shannyn Moore, in her blog on Huffington Post. The release of certain court docs in the custody battle between Levi Johnston and Palin's daughter, Bristol Palin over their son, Tripp Palin Johnston, described the wee one's free health care.
Apparently, Levi wanted $300 a month for Tripp's health insurance. Except now we find out that his son doesn't need it. But one wonders how the baby got enrolled in the Curyung Tribal Council, within the Bristol Bay Native Association consortium
So is the whole Palin family covered? Stay tuned.
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