Obamacare is another nail in the coffin.

Obviously, it simply cannot be afforded. The future liabilities are overpowering. So what’s the solution?

A HUGE variation in the shortening of life among different groups in the United States is revealed in a new study* led by a team of researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health. The study, published in PLoS Medicine, looked at four preventable risk factors: smoking, high blood pressure, elevated blood-glucose levels and being overweight. It then examined how these risk factors reduced life expectancy in eight population groups. Most at risk were Southern rural blacks, who had the largest reduction in life expectancy from these risk factors, with men living 6.7 years less and women 5.7 years less (or, put another way, could expect to gain those years if they were to live healthier lives). Asian Americans had their lives shortened the least, by 4.1 years for men and 3.6 years for women.

Kill “em.