Saturday, September 25, 2010

But What About the Death Panels?

From the Plague on America

Of course, Americans remember that
President Obama argued his government
takeover of health care was the single most
important thing we could do to address our
growing debt crisis. This notion has since
been thoroughly discredited: we now know
the new health care law will mean more
financial pain for seniors, families, and the
federal government. We offer a plan to
repeal and replace the government
takeover of health care with common
sense solutions focused on lowering costs
and protecting American jobs. We will
enact real medical liability reform; allow
Americans to purchase health coverage
across state lines; empower small
businesses with greater purchasing power;
and create new incentives to save for future
health needs. We will protect the doctorpatient
relationship, and ensure that those
with pre-existing conditions gain access to
the coverage they need. We will
permanently end taxpayer funding of
abortion and codify the Hyde Amendment.

I see no mention of them repealing the Death Panels? Are republicans in favor of death Panels? I thought they were one of the major reasons the VAST majority of Americans wanted the measure repealed... not enacted in the first place rather.

What about it sister Sarah? the bride of Chuckie Grassely? Is the lack of attention because they don't exist? Heavens.... Can it be they were a lie? Nooooo... Refuckyoucans never lie.

More from the Plague:

Ensure Access for Patients with Pre-
Existing Conditions
Health care should be accessible for all,
regardless of pre-existing conditions or past
illnesses. We will expand state high-risk
pools, reinsurance programs and reduce the
cost of coverage. We will make it illegal for
an insurance company to deny coverage to
someone with prior coverage on the basis of
a pre-existing condition, eliminate annual
and lifetime spending caps, and prevent
insurers from dropping your coverage just
because you get sick. We will incentivize
states to develop innovative programs that
lower premiums and reduce the number of
uninsured Americans.

Now where have I heard that before? ??? Geeee...

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