Monday, August 24, 2009

Away Messages (infinite series of reports)

JM writes,

The VA(government run veterans healthcare) has a 52-page end-of-life planning document called the "Death Book” which just so happened to be reinstated by Obama recently. Page 21 from the “death book” is a questionnaire entitled “what makes your life worth living” Each question has a choice of If you checked 'can't answer now,' what information or people do you need to help you decide?" Obama is lying to you when he says there will be no death panels.


Okay... When did end of life planning become a bad thing? The leap that JM makes from "Can't Answer Now" to "Death Panels" is full of mayonnaise. Maybe those "people" you need to help you decide are your family and friends? Using "information" to make decisions is a bad thing? Sounds very Bushian to me. Whiny Republicans need to get the dick of the health care industry out of their mouths. Seriously, the misinformation being fed to the ignorant and angry town hall/birthers/teabaggers is hilarious. You people are broke, and you are letting billionaires tell you what they want you to think. All they care about is Earnings Per Share. These companies should be ashamed of themselves for abusing the same people that need reform. This is not about race, it is about class. For all the rabble-rousing at the Town Hall Meetings, have you heard a single solution from any of these protesters? Why defend the status quo when you are not receiving any benefit?

"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
- Albert Einstein

Giant Donut in the Sky help us!


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