You want your Doctor? Just pay for it says Dr. Emanuel


There is no one who should be despised more than Ezekiel Emanuel M.D. Now that he is being trotted out with his venomous talk, I can only hope soon someone from the press will ask him about the death panels. Yes, he is the very one who wrote the panel into existence. I urge everyone to read his article that appeared in the prestigious journal Lancet. The man simply has no moral compass and he needs to be called out.

Please check out the “Complete Lives System” espoused by Rahm Emanuel’s Physcian brother and Berwick to understand how the rationing will occur. “ Principles for Allocation of Scarce Medical Resources” by Ezekiel Emanuel. Lancet Article. Rahm Emanuel’s brother. You will not sleep well tonight

ObamaCare Architect Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel told Chris Wallace on FOX News Sunday today,
“If you like your doctor you can pay more.”

That isn’t what Barack Obama promised. Obama told the American public – “You can keep your doctor – period.” But that wasn’t true either. TIME Magazine, not exactly a conservative operation, reported:

“Many people are going to find out that the second part of the promise — that if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor — just wasn’t true,” says Gail Wilensky, who directed the federal Medicare and Medicaid programs under President George H.W. Bush. Factcheck.org labeled the promise “misleading,” noting that while the law doesn’t contain provisions designed to force people to pick new doctors, a switch may be inevitable for some. “The President simply can’t make this promise to anyone,” the site wrote.

H/T:Gateway Pundit

16 Responses to “You want your Doctor? Just pay for it says Dr. Emanuel”

  1. mcnorman Says:

    A pox on that horrible family (Emanauel) house.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Yes indeed. Cut from the same cloth, those two.

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    Just like with the stimulus, when the regime went from changing from jobs created to jobs saved, the regime is once again changing the narrative. There is no way to sugar coat this, this man is pure evil.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      He has evil intentions and American best wake up pronto.

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  3. Paladin Says:

    The interesting thing is that these are the same calculations that took place at the Hadamar Clinic in Nazi Germany when they were figuring out who lived and who died. They used similar calculus when deciding the method of extermination of the Jewish people. Not so that the Jews would be treated ethically mind you, but so that the German soldiers who had to witness the extermination would not be mentally scarred. It is nice to see that Doctor Emanuel would have fit in with the Third Reich so well.

    All too often, we become so focused on a difficult problem that we become exasperated and then turn to the efficient solution. In order to solve it, however, we have to overlook certain elements of the problem that stumped us because they raise ethical concerns. In the case of Emanuel, he ignores the humanity of those affected by his efficiency because he must cut corners in order to work his socialist solution. As one moves more to efficiency, one must also give up increasingly human concerns and this leads to the charge that man is becoming a machine. A machine man, with a machine mind, and a machine heart as Charlie Chaplin once accused in his performance in the 1940 film, The Great Dictator.

    The sad fact that Doctor Emanuel realizes this is revealed as he tries to salve his conscience with an ethical rationale that makes no sense. Try as he might, he knows that he is wrong, but in order to live with himself he has to find a means, any means, to absolve himself of the guilt. As a physician, he knows that such decisions will have terrible consequences. That life and death, pain and suffering, and the agony of the loved ones will be the price that many will be forced to pay because of his work.

    Yes, he would have fit in at the Hadamar Clinic very well indeed.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Great comment and my thoughts exactly. Note one of the criteria for selection of care is by lottery. It is a chilling admission of their intention of what to do with us.

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  4. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    I suspect that one day soon we will learn that those that vote for Democrats get beeter and cheaper health care than we bible hugging, gun toting, knuckle dragging conservatives do. We will be given a number and they’lll be sure to call us when a doctor is available. I didn’t post today because I was getting a CAT Scan done. If I were back in the States under Obamacare, I probably would have been denied such a service.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      My thoughts are with you and hope all turns out well.

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  5. ComradeMatrix (@ComradeMatrix) Says:

    Unbelievable. With that line of thinking can we say if you like your SNAP card (Food Stamps) just pay for it. Or how about an Obamaphone that has a rate plan? Somehow I don’t think the left will go for it. I like Petermc3’s idea but I think even flogging is too good for this guy.

    Wait until the population starts to grasp the concept of such the high deductibles. Powerline has some good info here: http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2013/12/if-you-like-your-deductible-you-can-keep-your-deductible-and-then-some.php

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    • bunkerville Says:

      What the heck. Make the policies free. With thousands of dollars of deductibles and who knows the co pays, it might just as well be so. P.s. 85 degrees here. Sure beats the bunker.

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      • ComradeMatrix (@ComradeMatrix) Says:

        Nice Bunker! Enjoy your sunny weather!…(as the snow here just keeps piling up). With such high deductibles why bother calling it “insurance”! Why bother pay a premium for something you can’t afford to use!?!

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  6. Petermc3 Says:

    Dear Santa: For Christmas I want to bitch slap Ezekial Emmanuel.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      At the minimum.

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  7. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.com.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks again.

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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