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Libertarianz: Bunkle Clearly Mad!



Bunkle Clearly Mad!

"Recent statements from Phillida Bunkle have become increasingly bizarre", says Libertarianz Health Deregulation Spokesman Dr Richard McGrath. She now asks for the Queen to expose herself on a worldwide telecast in the interests, she says, of women's health! "Clearly she, and the party she inhabits, find their dwellings in small padded rooms", he says.

The Bunkle woman is reported to have said that her preferred method of ending the scourge of chlamydia is for the Queen to have applicators for the infection put in everyone's letter box, then hold a universal world-wide bonding session over the Queen's Christmas Broadcast. "1,2,3, and take it', Bunkle would have the Queen say - and presumably demonstrate!

"If I prescribed this method of treatment for a patient I would expect to be reported to both the Medical Council and the local psychiatric service. The woman's clearly mad," he says.

Libertarianz wants people to wean themselves from Statist wackos like The Bunkle by offering people the choice of either staying with the current publicly funded health system, or instead dropping their income tax rate to 10% and letting them fund their treatment themselves. "Medical and other health care should be a matter between individuals and their chosen providers," Dr McGrath concludes, "free from interference by imbeciles such as Ms Bunkle."


For more information contact:
Dr Richard McGrath
Phone 06 378 8488 Fax 06 377 3070
Libertarianz Media Coordinator: (025) 861 927, organon@ihug.co.nz


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