Skip to comments.Obama delegate pretends to be a doctor at town hall forum
Posted on 08/13/2009 11:18:19 AM PDT by Heather Hogue
Roxana Mayer, who is actually a graduate student in social work, pretended to be a general practitioner with four years of service under her belt. She even received a hug from the Congresswoman for her credentials.
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There were at least two Obama sprouts there.
same old MO of communicism:
Planting major falsehoods has been a favorite Alinsky strategy from the start. His acolyte, Barack Obama, learned his Industrial Areas Foundation lessons on deceiving for power while on a side trip during his Harvard years, then taught the Alinsky power tactics at the University of Chicago.
Hardly qualifies as Constitutional Law’ if you ask me.
Covering for oneself by accusing the other fellow has been the left’s most successful deception for decades now. It took on its best traction lately, as leftists within Moveon.org and others have used this Nazi smear tactic for the past eight years against George W. Bush. They’ve seen how well it’s worked and just can’t stop themselves now.
American Thinker Kyle Ann
Did Sheila Jackson Lee know the twerps were plants?
Did she take cell phone calls when the plants spoke?
Did the “doc” come to work this morning and find a swastika painted on her office door? (Or is that next week’s episode.)
Another Liberal Healther lying to sell a phony bill of goods.
The plant had to know someone connected with the event.
Sheila Jackson Lee kept the details on her Town Hall meeting under wraps to cut down on protesters.
Only 100 attended.
If the woman truly is not a doctor, then she actually has done something ILLEGAL. IT IS ILLEGAL TO IMPERSONATE A PHYSICIAN.
It is illegal in most states - Texas included - to falsely represent oneself as a physician.
She should be investigated by the Texas Board of Medicine & the Board of Social Work, and punished appropriately.
Her university should also investigate whether she has violated any codes of conduct.
But she did stay at a Holiday Day Inn Express last night.
A grad student in Social Work! That’s just got to be a joke.
It couldn’t be anymore stereotypical than that.
"Hi ever'body! I LOVE the president's new health plan!!"
“I’m not a doctor, but I play one on TV...”
Just what the country needs: more community organizers. What is really sad about these people is that their own lives are usually complete trainwrecks but somehow they feel qualified to dictate how everyone else should live.
I'm not a lawyer but I suspect that the laws require the performance of some medically-related act which only physicians can perform while claiming to be a physician. If so, I strongly doubt commenting at a townhall meeting would qualify.
Such a qualification seems necessary. How many young, attractive, gullible women have been picked up at parties by "doctors"? While such an action is sleazy and sinful, it doesn't seem to be a crime.
The man with his head in a box offering breast cancer exams, for example...
Mean Republicans are saying that decisions about my health care will be made by politically motivated meddling social workers instead of by me and my physician. I know this cannot be true as Republicans are deceptive manipulators. Tell me how I can refute this baseless charge to my friends.
In most states merely stating - for public purpose - that one is a physician is illegal.
To do so on a national stage in order to influence public policy is outrageous impersonation of a medical officer.
This chitty chit should be investigated by both the state Boards and her university, then (in all probability) fined for public malfeasance and kick out of her course of study.
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