Comedian Lewis Black reviewed Republicans' arguments against health care reform Wednesday on Comedy Central's The Daily Show. The comedian singled out Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell who was quoted as saying "I had a friend of mine in Florida who lost a friend in Canada because the government decided he was too old for a certain kind of procedure."
Black didn't buy McConnell's story. "Your anti-health care anecdote is a friend of a friend? That's not even enough proof for an urban legend. I have a friend of a friend who brought home a dog from Mexico then he shaves it. It turns out someone had stolen its kidney and replaced it with a polaroid picture of my tooth brush up Richard Gere's ass. Go figure. If you can't give me any evidence then at least do the honorable thing and confuse me," joked Black.
This video is from Comedy Central's The Daily Show, broadcast July 20, 2009.