Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Sarah Palin: Reiterates about "Death Panels"

Palin lashes out at the way Obama and his  mob  go for midnight votes and backroom deals to get what they want.

Last weekend while you were preparing for the holidays with your family, Harry Reid’s Senate was making shady backroom deals to ram through the Democrat health care take-over. The Senate ended debate on this bill without even reading it. That and midnight weekend votes seem to be standard operating procedures in D.C. No one is certain of what’s in the bill, but Senator Jim DeMint spotted one shocking revelation regarding the section in the bill describing the Independent Medicare Advisory Board (now called the Independent Payment Advisory Board), which is a panel of bureaucrats charged with cutting health care costs on the backs of patients – also known as rationing. Apparently Reid and friends have changed the rules of the Senate so that the section of the bill dealing with this board can’t be repealed or amended without a 2/3 supermajority vote. Senator DeMint said:.....


  1. And what's the problem with death panels? We need to reduce populations.

    "A single death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic."

    Joe Stalin

  2. I disagree with Sarah Palin on this issue.

    The truth is that not only does American health care need advisory panels on end-of-life issues, Canadian health care needs it as well.

    I'll apologize in advance for the shameless self-promotion, but a fuller explanation of my thoughts on the matter can be found here.


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