My six year-old niece solves one of the greatest conundrums of the U.S. health care system–yes, better medicine is administered in flat shoes rather than heels–and wins an honorable mention in Reading Rainbow’s Fifteenth Annual Writing Contest.
Maybe she can get a consulting gig on Nancy “Children’s Congress” Pelosi’s staff? “Dr. Emily Lynn’s Shoes,” after all, seems better reasoned than 95 percent of what’s thus far come out of the health care reform debate!
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