Skip to comments.Emotional Jimmy Kimmel brings baby son on ‘Live,’ pleads for healthcare reform
Posted on 12/11/2017 11:57:47 PM PST by Oshkalaboomboom
LOS ANGELES Jimmy Kimmel held his baby son as he returned to his late-night son from a week off for the boys heart surgery. Kimmel was crying from the first moment of his monologue Monday night as he pleaded with Congress to restore and improve childrens health coverage, a cause he has championed since his son Billy was born with a heart defect in April..
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Is his mom one of the juggies?
When is someone from the Republican Party going to explain to Jimmy Kimmel, and to American voters, that poor children have had universal Medicaid and dental coverage since Reagan was president?
What healthcare reforms does Kimmel recommend that will deliver quality healthcare at a reasonable price?
Whatever ones Chuck Schumer tells him to recommend.
Can I punch him?
Pleads for health care reform? Didn’t obama take care of that?.... oh wait.
I was shocked that he had his child out in public, in front of lights so soon after the surgery. Glad he only pooped his pants and didn’t have a heart attack.
Kimmel should be a millionaire. What does he want with government health care?
Remember when it used to be a comedy show?
Why stop there??
Once for you, and once for me.
How pathetic Kimmel is....
pfft. Kimmel can’t get that lucky.
seriously, a millionaire x 2 by now. pay for it yourself, Jimmy.
Dems always use kids as props for their ambitions.
Did he explain how he could afford a $15,000/yr premium and $5,000 deductible the rest of us cannot?
Exactly. The only reason they don’t abort ALL of them is because they make excellent props to be used in political campaigns.
I feel sorry for his son, for the medical condition he was born with. But I feel more sorry for him that he has such a stupid @**hole for a father.
Hey Jimmy, why should I who makes about 1/10th of what you make, pay for your son’s healthcare. I pay enough in taxes to morons who don’t do anything to help themselves.
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