Saturday, August 15, 2009

Honesty, please

According to the news sources, "end-of-life dialogue is vital but stifled in healthcare reform debate".

This is a problem, because "making end-of-life decisions early and thoughtfully can lead to a comfortable death in a setting you want, experts say - - and save American taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars."

Maybe if the proponents of Obamacare had been honest, and admitted that cost savings was an important motivating factor, they wouldn't have lost control of the debate. Instead, they lied.

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