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Pat Gray tries to compare health care reform to soft drinks — and it doesn't end well

Pat Gray tries to compare health care reform to soft drinks — and it doesn't end well

Thursday morning on "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," Pat Gray attempted to craft a soda-based analogy implying the Republican Party's health care reform bill is merely a watered-down version of Obamacare. However, he made some factual errors when describing the analogous soft drinks, leading to a lengthy side-track on the properties of various Coca-Cola products.

Stu Burguiere chimed in to criticize Coke Life, a recently-launched medium-calorie offering that has performed poorly in most markets due to competition from both traditional Coca-Cola and zero-calorie Coke Zero.

Even though Pat's analogy never quite came together, he and Stu were ready to claim victory. "We got there. There's a great soda reference here, and I think we've found it," Stu crowed.

Glenn was less convinced, as he thought that comparing Obamacare to market-leading Coca-Cola reflected overly positively on the embattled Affordable Care Act.

"You actually have to start [the comparison] with a glass of urine," Pat joked.

"And then work up to what? Urine from the most healthy person you can find? It's still urine, gang," Glenn replied.

To see more from Glenn, visit his channel on TheBlaze and watch "The Glenn Beck Radio Program" live weekdays 9 a.m.–noon ET or anytime on-demand at TheBlaze TV.

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