Skip to comments.Grey lady's 'cyberconspiracy' accusation falls short
Posted on 12/30/2010 12:30:51 PM PST by paltz
Knowing very well most Americans objected to the "end of life" measure in the new health care legislation due to fears it could eventually give doctors a government financial incentive or even mandate to encourage severely ill patients to make life ending decisions too prematurely, Congressman Blumenauer thumbed his nose to the masses.
It must be painfully obvious to Mr. Blumenauer that Americans did not want his end-of-life measure, so the Oregon Congressman decided to run around the will of the people by bureaucratic fiat. Instead, he and his fellow Democrats eventually omitted the measure from the bill only to plan to include it elsewhere after the health care bill passed. Pretty sneaky.
As for the New York Times, the paper took a swipe at The Washington Times Editorial page in August of 2009 for our citing concerns regarding the end-of-life provision originally planned for the health care bill.
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The elites in the French Revolution found out what it was like to be on the other side of "end of life" measures - just food for thought for guys like Blumenauer and any other elitists.