Buried in the fine print are words that force you to waive Constitutional rights, expose you to damages and can cost you not just a lot of money, but a lot of grief, too.
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Unless the reader is a law professor, or has nothing else to do for the rest of his or her life, the fine print will always outwit the reader. In fact, it is supposed to.
Since Democrats are taking some time to figure out what to do next, we shall do the same here, and skip over the entire health care reform subject, after highlighting two hilarious commentaries on the situation.
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