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Death Panels? Of Course …

June 9, 2013

Recently the debate about “death panels” has been heating up as Republican Congressional leaders express their opposition to implementing the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) by refusing to......

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duckster

Jun-09-13 8:57 AM

I find myself usually scratching my head when I hear from these "experts" at this bastion of clear thinking, Grove City College. To be fair however, this guy really wrote a coherent and thoughtful article. good job!

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Monkeyboy

Jun-09-13 12:55 PM

Why would anyone think that giving the insurance companies the job of deciding who does or doesn't get an expensive treatment would be better than Medicare deciding?

Calling them "Death Panels" is a transparent attempt to create hysteria.

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DavidVA

Jun-10-13 3:53 PM

Here's a great Medicare saving that involves no change in patient services: eliminate Medicare Advantage!

Oh yeah, all the rich Republican retirees insist on having that. Never mind.

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DavidVA

Jun-10-13 3:56 PM

duckster:

Where I work, there is a school that make this college look progressive: Liberty Universtiy. LU now has an official policy that concelaed firearms are a desired and best practice ... on campus.

Beat that!

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MacKenzie

Jun-12-13 9:25 PM

Yes, Matilda, there really are death panels, aka IPAB. Those who are still defending this horrendous law, along with the rest of us, will experience this first hand.

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Monkeyboy

Jun-13-13 12:57 PM

Sure there are, MacKenzie. Have you found Obama's birth certificate yet?

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RationalThinker

Jun-18-13 12:15 PM

A well thought out, intelligent letter discussing a political issue without rhetoric? How did this happen??

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MacKenzie

Jul-16-13 7:27 AM

Monkeyboy, he lies about everythng else, why not about where he was born? Obama may have been born here, but he is the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on this country, a totally made-up, phony person, who is by far the least qualified person ever to be President.

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Monkeyboy

Jul-20-13 9:33 PM

Have you forgotten George Bush? Richard Nixon?

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