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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Glenn Beck Details Rationed Care in ObamaCare Architect's Writings - Video 8/6/09


Here is video of Glenn Beck today in his opening monologue saying Americans "sense in their gut" that "something is wrong" with the country.

Beck said he feels like the audience are people to whom he's given a note just in case something happens to him. Beck said "if I show up dead in Thailand from some kind of auto-erotic asphyxiation, don't believe it."

At the 4:31 mark of the video he talks about the "Complete Lives System" of Health Care written about by Obama Health Policy Adviser Ezekiel Emanuel, brother of Rahm Emanuel, and a key architect of the Democrats' Health Care Bill being debated.


Emanuel has said the ideal system would give the youngest and oldest people in the society "attenuated" chances of health care in the event health care is scarce or rationed (see chart above). Essentially, he is saying that the society must decide that the strongest and most able should get priority in the expenditure of health care dollars in the event of an emergency, "which is defined as a "shortage" of some kind. The reality is that the very system Obama wants to put into place will create shortages of doctors, and health care because in a government-controlled system there will be little incentive for people to go into medicine or stay in medicine. At the least, the proposal would add millions to they system with not corresponding increase in doctors and nurses. That alone will create shortages, and could lead to the long wait times for care experienced in Canada and Great Britian.

As Beck says, there is something that "just is not right," and Americans are rising up against the Democrats' Government Health Care Plan because they sense it.

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