Boy, that Sarah Palin was really making up stories when she talked about “death panels.” She’s soooooooo stupid, isn’t she?
But as long as Democrats are pushing the meme of Palin’s stupidity you’d think they’d stop actually actually advocating death panels. But they clearly can’t help themselves. They can’t because it’s the logical end of their theory of Big Brother governance. They all know it. The only thing shocking here is that a Democrat admitted it in public again.
Warner Todd Huston of Right Wing News writes:
Democrat Gary McDowell is running to replace Bart Stupak (D, MI) in Michigan’s First District and while he may be hoping he might get the votes of seniors coming to the end of their time here on this mortal coil, he sure seems reticent to give them the medical care they’ll need to be around much longer after the election!
At a campaign appearance, McDowell agreed with those Obamacare supporters that think giving lifesaving medical care to seniors at end of life is a “resource” that needs to be rationed.
Click here to read the rest of Huston’s piece where McDowell even jokes about the issue.
Libs believe government should be in charge of everything in your life, it makes sense that they feel they’re also responsible to decide the time and manner of your death. But remember, Sarah Palin’s stupid.
September 30, 2010 at 7:15 pm
Even if Sarah spoke plainly, she did so truthfully – specially in matters of life and death. By now, people are nauseated with all that fancy shamzy teleprompter reader who lies – and is now even invoking the name of the Lord to further his culture of death.
Truth trumphs lies anytime – even if the latter were delivered with oratorical panache.
September 30, 2010 at 7:45 pm
Okay, I get really confused by talk like this.
1] Unless access to health care is INFINITE, then it must be RATIONED on some basis. Are you proposing unlimited expenditures on health care?
2] If you acknowledge that there must be some limit on health care spending, then how do you propose to ration it? Would you do it by wealth? by age? by effectiveness (i.e. biggest bang for the buck)?
3] If health care is limited, then who do you want allocating the resources? Insurance companies? Doctors? Elected representatives?
4] The current system allocates it by wealth, the rich pay their own way, the employed usually get something, and the government pays for the poor and the elderly. Is it fair that the government pays for those who don't work, while the productive working classes are pretty much on their own?
September 30, 2010 at 8:26 pm
What really chaps my hide is when he states that we need to talk about this as "adults," and adults see when the end is coming and submit to the government's death deadlines.
Only mental children want to live, dare to live past their fiscal convenience to the state. Irresponsible stupid morons stay beyond their welcome.
I hate liberals. Mean little control freaks.
Let us arrange for healthcare ourselves. Let the able bodied work, let us provide for our vulnerable ones ourselves, and let us, in our generous private charity, take care of the truly needy.
October 2, 2010 at 9:39 pm
Just so I understand your proposal "Let us arrange for healthcare ourselves. Let the able bodied work, let us provide for our vulnerable ones ourselves, and let us, in our generous private charity, take care of the truly needy."
Does that mean that:
• You are against any government sponsored health care, no Medicare, no Medicaid?
• If this "generous private charity" does not prove to be sufficient that you favor throwing the poor out onto the street to die?
October 2, 2010 at 9:52 pm
Seems strange that Right to Life Michigan has endorsed him, then….