Doctor Death Advises a Fascist

The president’s chief medical adviser is Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, brother of Obama’s chief of staff.  Dr Emanuel has a bizarre concept of life. Emanuel and  Kevorkian are brothers of a kind. In Emanuel’s philosophy, life belongs only to the healthy, and the young. Somehow, Emanuel’s brain has become infused with fecal matter. To him, life is expendable. How a jew can think this way is beyond comprehension.

In a recent speech given at a Congressional dinner by David Janda, MD, a highly respected orthopedic surgeon and author, Dr Janda warns of the impending danger associated with the Obama Health Care plan. He describes the plan in one word, “fascist.”

My mind is graphics oriented, and when I read about BHO’s advisor and his radical ideas, a clear picture came into mind. Combine Emanuel’s concept for who is to be saved, with Barack’s plot to enslave us, and a picture unfolds below.

Chains You Can Believe In

Specter Really Doesn’t Get It, or Maybe He Doesn’t Want To

My Flag Flies Everyday

My Flag Flies Everyday

I watched Arlen Specter’s town hall meeting yesterday, beginning to end. I was proud of my fellow Americans who came well prepared. They knew the contents of the proposed health care bill. Most of those asking questions were citing paragraphs by number. Specter categorically did not have a clue as to what they were talking about.  Out of twenty plus questions, Arlen was eloquent on one that he  was prepared for. Most of his answers were terse, and flip. He showed an arrogance by continuously looking at his watch. On one question, the man literally ran away from the questioner; distancing himself as much as possible.  The meeting was not raucous, it was rather polite. The questions were all about legitimate concerns, and well phrased. There was no finger pointing or shouting down. Many questions evoked a standing ovation from the crowd. Out of a room full of people, only one made a positive statement on the need for reform, the remaining questions concerned cost, care rationing, complicated language in the bill, and  discontent about representatives who are not listening to their constituancy.

Today, I watched a sound clip of Arlen Specter answering a question put to him from Harry Reasoner.  I couldn’t believe my ears. Specter denounced protesters as not typical Americans.  What I saw being vented by the people  was  the same frustration that I feel. It is the same frustration felt by all of the people attending Tea Parties, and town hall meetings. I guess I’m not a typical American.

No I’m not. I am a frustrated old man who sees his great country going down the toilet by the likes of our own representatives who are not listening. They absolutely do not get it.

Here is my proposal. If the people of Pennsylvania elect this guy Specter again, the state deserves to be leased to North Korea and Iran as a Nuclear test site.

Outsourcing Health Care?

The trend toward outsourcing in business has not peaked yet. I am sure that outsourcing will become a major part of health care reform. It has been evident for several years now, that where it is possible, outsourcing is the name of the game. Physicians send us to a vendor for cat-scans and MRIs. That one is obvious, it takes allot of money to pay back expensive imaging equipment. The vendors can make money if the volume of tests is high enough to make it work. My own primary care doctor outsources stress tests. He has a company come into his office once a month to do all of them on one day. The patients line up like birds on a wire to wait for a turn on the tread mill. Outsourcing makes good sense for the right kind of procedure.

 Out Sourced Colonoscopy

It occurred to me that another valuable opportunity to outsource  is a service that costs every community tons of money; i.e. 911 calls. It won’t be long before we dial 911 for our personal emergency, and we will reach an unintelligible source on the other end of the call, most likely in India. Can you imagine the fun we will have with that one?

Unamerican, You Call Me Unamercian?

My Flag Flies Everyday

My Flag Flies Everyday

That’s the last straw. I have been tolerant of democrats even though I do not believe in their liberal BS.  Now, however, they  have gone too far by calling protesters unamerican. It seems to me that the only unamericans are the ones calling us unamericans. Have they not read the Constitution or the Bill of Rights either? Do you even know who you work for? . Do you care? I don’t think so. Who signs your check? It certainly isn’t POTUS.

If our our representatives really cared for their constituents they would listen to what we have to say.  I know it is hard to sit patiently, and listen to a bunch of angry people holler at you, but did you ever think they are hollering because you have put your own agenda before those of the people?

Why is it so important for you to follow POTUS’s  directions so blindly? He has only one vote to give you, just like the rest of us. Or, does he have something else you need that makes you so blind?  Is POTUS so omnipotent, and all wise, that you must bow, and cow tow to his whims? He has less experience in this life than you do, and I’m giving you the benefit of the doubt.

Yes, I am unamerican because I still believe in this country. I never thought we needed change we can believe in.  I do not  believe I need hope for a country that is damn near perfect with all of its flaws intact. I believe in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, the way they were written by the founders. I believe in fiscal conservatism. I believe it is a place where all can have equal opportunity, including legal immigrants. Yes, I believe all those things, so Mr. Democratic Congressman, call me unamerican.

You know what else I believe in?  I believe that you will lose my vote. I believe that you have instilled within me a fire to oppose you with every dyne of energy this old body can muster.

Yes, you, my name calling unamerican American, are the source of all problems in this beautiful country. The world will become a much better place without you.

How Much Am I Bid?

My Flag Flies Everyday

My Flag Flies Everyday

How much money would you be willing to take for your right hand? If someone made an offer to buy your right hand, how much would you ask? Would you sell it?  Would you bid the number up to several million dollars, and think about selling? How about your heart? You probably wouldn’t sell your heart since you only have one, but we do have many doubles in our bodies, and we could stand to do without one of them. Hands, eyes, ears, feet, knees, hips, kidneys, lungs, all exist in duals.  I have heard that it is common to sell a kidney for fifteen thousand dollars. Would you?  Would you give up an eye, or your hearing  for money? Probably not, unless your life circumstances were so desperate as to make you sell.

I personally, would not sell an eye for all the money in China. I love to see. Currently, I’m losing my hearing and I don’t like it one bit. Most of us think the same way about our body parts. So why is it that we are reluctant to pay for the care and maintenance of that precious resource called the human body?  We seek work at companies that have insurance plans, we balk at paying premiums, and co-pays. We want the maintenance of  the most complicated biological system in the universe, our body, to be free.  If you don’t believe it is complex, try taking over the function for some organ that has stopped working.  Try controlling your blood sugar. Worse yet, see what happens if your kidneys stop functioning and you have to filter waste from your blood  via dialysis. You get the drift, the body is a precious biological  machine. In spite of that, we smoke, drink, take mind altering drugs, text while driving,  eat fatty foods, and lead  sedentary lives. We gamble that “the system” will cure us, but we don’t take financial responsibility for health maintenance and repair.    

The current national argument centers around free health care for everyone.  The government proposes to take over control of our body maintenance.  If we let them do that, will we also let them take over the ownership of our body parts as well?  Isn’ that slavery?  I envision a system that traffics in body parts.  Picture this: a huge white government clinic with healthy people waiting to get in at the front. One by one they come out the back missing a body part. On the east side, I see people coming in with various infirmaties. They leave the west side with new life.  No folks, I’m not on anything but my morning coffee. Quite a science fiction scenario isn’t it?

Is this the ‘change’ we voted for?

Grimoba Comes to Visit

Grimoba Conducts a Mandatory Health Care ConsultI don’t think POTUS has any experience with folks in a nursing home. I sure wouldn’t want to be the agent whose job it is to conduct the mandatory health care consult. It is my guess  the old people will be glad to advise the consultant with a few choice options for his future, and where to go next.

Are we approaching a new and better version of Soylent Green?

My wife Peggy is worried about her future. Four years ago, she had the misfortune of coding within minutes  after taking a new blood pressure medication. She was clinically dead; kept alive by life support machines. A great emergency room staff saved her. It is her concern that if she were to code again under Obama Care, she would not be resuscitated. She has a point.

Who will make that call? If a bureaucrat had made the decision for Peggy, she would not have enjoyed  four additional years of  good living.

Obama Care is the new Soylent Green.

Never Mind

Government"s Idea for HealthcareIn days long past on Saturday Night Live,  Gilda Radner played the part of a ranting TV news reporter. Her co-anchors watched  her in puzzlement.  At the end of  her piece, the anchors would tell her the facts were  all wrong.  She would look at them sheepishly, and  say “never mind.”

That is exactly the way I feel about my last post  “They Just Don’t Get It.” I went off on a rant, and in my fever got lost in the argument. I made a huge mistake in math. My argument was that the government could buy health insurance for the forty seven million uninsured from the private sector for forty seven million dollars. Great deal, right?  Wrong. I was off by a factor of ten thousand. The cost wouldn’t be forty seven million it would be more like four hundred and seventy billion. A big difference.

 NEVER MIND.

I have edited the piece by cutting the erroneous math. The rest of the argument holds.

I apologize for selling the same snake oil as the the liberals. I will be more careful in the future.

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