Death Panels

Death panels are indisputably real. Claiming otherwise either makes you a liar or a brainwashed sheep that believes everything the mainstream media says.

Under obamacare, rationing of care will be necessary just to sustain the cost of it. That means people will start deciding whether they should continue to treat someone, most likely the elderly, if there isn’t going to be enough money to pay for it. (And how could there be enough money with our country 16 trillion in debt?)

Obama himself sums it up pretty well in one of his debates in answer to Jane Sturms question about her mother.

" I don’t think that we can make judgments based on people’s "spirit." Uh, that would be, uh, a pretty subjective decision to be making. I think we have to have rules that, uh, say that, uh, we are going to provide good quality care for all people. End-of-life care is one of the most difficult sets of decisions that we’re going to have to make. But understand that those decisions are already being made in one way or another. If they’re not being made under Medicare and Medicaid, they’re being made by private insurers. At least we can let doctors know — and your mom know — that you know what, maybe this isn’t going to help. Maybe you’re better off, uhh, not having the surgery, but taking the painkiller"

…If that doesn’t sicken you in and of itself… The fact that somebody would have to ask the president about who will live or die. About who will be treated or not. And obama said so himself, your will to live, your joy of life means nothing. It’ll just be better to take the painkiller rather than being treated. It’ll be better for you to die because then we don’t have to pay for your treatment. And that’s exactly what the death panels will do.

(This goes out to my “friendly” little anon)