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To: Pontiac; Zakeet

Pontiac - you state that as if the death panels will only consider the costs of care in their decision as to whether a person gets a certain portion of the ever shrinking medical resource “pie”.

Nope, since homos are a politically preferred group, they’ll get all the resources they need to continue spreading their moral and physical diseases.

Remember, it’s not just about the cost, but the quality of life of the individual person vs that cost that will be the determining factor. A 70 yr old might not get a decongestant tablet, because his calculated contribution to society will be projected to be minimal,

but a homo with AIDS will get all the expensive drug cocktails available to keep him alive, because the left values the homosexual lifestyle so highly.


12 posted on 05/09/2011 6:02:01 AM PDT by MrB (The difference between a Humanist and a Satanist - the latter knows whom he's working for)
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To: MrB
Nope, since homos are a politically preferred group, they’ll get all the resources they need to continue spreading their moral and physical diseases.

Yes I realize that is a likely outcome.

However all things being equal (they never are of course) Obama care implemented as intended would impact the homosexual community rather hard. Especially AIDS victims as there is no identified cure and it is costly to treat.

22 posted on 05/09/2011 9:34:51 AM PDT by Pontiac
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[Scientists] agree that there is still an important message [besides the need for more government funded research] to take away from the findings: gay, lesbian and bisexual people need more attention from the healthcare community, specifically when it comes to their cancer risks.

Another theoretical result of Obama care would be that so called “Orphan” diseases (rare diseases afflicting tiny portions of the population) would be even more neglected .

Homosexual men being about 3 percent of the population and any specific disease of that population would constitute an insignificant number of individuals therefore there could be no fiscal justification for investing dollars in research on those diseases.

23 posted on 05/09/2011 9:54:11 AM PDT by Pontiac
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