“I’m going to let nature take it’s course.”
Again, Obamacare doesn’t just have a “death panel”, it is a death panel.
From Poor Richard’s News:
This is probably the most heart breaking story from the Obamacare debacle yet. A South Carolina man was diagnosed with cancer and his old insurance was providing him with the doctors and treatment he needed, but that insurance has been cancelled because Obamacare regulations. His new options are so expensive that he’s decided to give up and “let nature take its course” rather than put his family under the financial strain of paying for the new insurance that Obamacare requires.
Remember when the whole point of Obamacare was that it was completely unfair for people to be “denied coverage”? Nothing has changed!
No, that’s not true.
What has changed is that there are now fewer resources available so that more people are going to have to let “nature take its course.”
And what really are the trade-offs? One person suddenly has access to expensive pharmaceuticals he’s managed to live without for years even though he was told it would help with his “condition” and a few people have to die a decade earlier.
In what universe is inevitable death due to lack of resources worth trading for more death due to political decisions?
No, in what universe is inevitable death due to lack of resources worth trading for more death due to political decisions, which were lied about?
You probably thought it was really difficult, but brave of you, to apologize to a government-controlled journalist, Mr. President. When are we going to see you apologize face to face to any of the Americans you are killing?