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More Abuse of Term ‘Zombie’

Really, we’ve come to expect a lot of shallow, uninteresting bashing of the Undead, often simply by using words for Undead individuals (like, and most commonly, ‘Zombie’) to describe anything and everything you don’t personally care for.

Latest example, more ‘Zombie’ lies/mistruths/distortions in politics. This time about Medicaid, apparently.

I’m not hugely interested, for ZRC purposes, in whether the particular points under contention are true. The real issue here is the casual slander of Zombies every day by so many in the mainstream press. It needs to stop. Urgently.


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