Monty Python Explains Health Care Reform

I'm sorry, I'm afraid that title's misleading. This is actually an early video of UnitedHealth CEO Stephen J. Hemsley (whose salary is estimated at $102,000 an hour) discussing his principled stance on why he's opposed to the public option in US health care reform.


Or it could be The Money Song from Monty Python's Flying Circus. It's difficult to tell them apart.

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tags: Spam, entertainment, comedy, funny, fucking hilarious, Monty Python's Flying Circus, streaming video I've only seen this sketch a million times, but I couldn't help it: I had to share it with you all because it is just so silly. I hope it gives you a smile.
Monty Python's Flying Circus is 40. The show, which was written and acted by John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Graham Chapman, first aired on October 5, 1969 and ran for a total of 45 episodes. I know I know it was yesterday, but I just heard. Details here.

Pytrolld? Montyrolld? How do you even call this? :)