How? How do you even come up with a statement like that? It's like saying water is not wet.
Maybe there's some context? Something that would make this statement make some kind of sense?
After a woman suggested that the lack of health care was essentially asking people to die, Labrador had a controversial answer at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston.
“That line is so indefensible,” Labrador said. “Nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care.”
Nope, no context!
An email to Labrador’s press secretary late Friday for comment did not receive an immediate response.
No kidding! How could his press secretary possibly come up with a defense for that statement? When he heard Labrador's remark, I assume he reacted like this: