Roy is dead. So now you know what Scribe thinks of those who prefer adding triggers to health care legislation.
Imagine if we had triggers in the real world. Imagine if your husband has been cheating on you for the last twenty years, and when you ask him about it he requests that you apply a trigger and wait five more years before you do anything about it. And if he’s still cheating on you through all of those five years, then you can trigger a divorce. Who would agree to that nonsense? It’s an obvious trick, right? So why would we agree to it when it’s our lives and well-being on the line in this health care fight?