No really. Trust them to take care of you. It's for your own good.

Obamacare Death Panels

So Palin was right after all, WAPO. I'm sure you know what to do with your four "Pinochios"

On the pages of the Sunday Times Keller reveals a monstrous philosophy that in so many ways is revealing of the elite left as a whole -- especially as it pertains to ObamaCare. In so many words, Keller just can't bring himself to understand why Adams doesn't give up her fight and die. In his mind, her death is inevitable and all she's doing is spending a lot of money that could be better spent elsewhere. Go To Site

I’m just amused at how quickly after the implementation of ObamaCare the whole “death panel” thing was transformed from a paranoid fantasy of that yokel, Sarah Palin, to an obviously good idea that all thinking people support. -Glenn Reynolds Go To Site

Does anyone recall Barack’s classic moment in 2009 when he told a daughter whose 104 year old mother was still enjoying life 5 years after getting a pacemaker that maybe Mama should have just taken a pain pill? Obama stated quite succinctly that it is just not worth spending money on the elderly. -Maggie's Notebook Go To Site

Government, Fascism, Socialism, Healthcare, Regulation

When taxpayers provide only a finite number of acute care beds in public hospitals, a patient whose life has all but ended, but whose family insists on keeping her on life support, is occupying precious space that might otherwise house a patient whose best years are still ahead. -Adam Goldenberg, Slate

Democrat, Liberal, Incompetence, Obama, Socialism, Healthcare

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA)–the state agency that is bringing Oregon health plans into line with ObamaCare mandates–is promoting a guideline which states that “…treatment with intent to prolong survival is not a covered service for patients who have progressive metastatic cancer and are not able (in the view of the physician) to be helped. Palliative care is all that will be provided.”

Editorial, Liberal, Character, Narrative, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare

Words have consequences, and Palin is fooling herself if she thinks she can justify such inappropriate terminology to describe an effort, however imperfect, to address a serious problem that politicians on both sides of the aisle say they want to solve.... So Palin was right after all, WAPO. I'm sure you know what to do with your four "Pinochios". -RB