Liberals care about the poor, the working class, the “little” guy. They care about kids. They care, which is why they want higher taxes on the “rich”. They care about Mother Nature, so they support higher gas prices. They care, so they demand more regulation, more taxation, more government. I had a guy tell me the other day that I should have voted for Obama, because he “cares” about poor people. Hmmm, if the Left cares so much, why do their policies always impact those they “care” so much about? You know, like millions LOSING their employer insurance because of Obamacare? Or the spike in health care premiums because of Obamacare? Or the fact that those with pre-existing conditions might not be helped by Obamacare? Or paying almost $1,000 a year more for gas?
That is to say, you can expect it to be worse than anyone ever expected. Moonbattery has the bleak preview. All your medical records belong to us now
Britain gives us another preview of life in a country where government has seized control of the healthcare sector:
GPs [general practitioners] are to be forced to hand over confidential records on all their patients’ drinking habits, waist sizes and illnesses.
The files will be stored in a giant information bank that privacy campaigners say represents the ‘biggest data grab in NHS history’.
They warned the move would end patient confidentiality and hand personal information to third parties.
The data includes weight, cholesterol levels, body mass index, pulse rate, family health history, alcohol consumption and smoking status.
Healthcare is a limited commodity. If it is not to be allocated by price in the free market, but rather be provided by the government, it must be rationed. Knowing who has been smoking, drinking, eating too much, et cetera will be helpful to bureauweenies in deciding who gets healthcare and who does not.
GPs will be required to send monthly updates on their patients to a central database run by the NHS’s Health and Social Care Information Centre.
I am sure many are shaking their heads reading this. They are likely saying “here he goes again with that death panel stuff.” Well, sorry, but that is reality folks. At some point, it will come down to that, and the bigger the government role the more likely it will be a government decision who gets what care. Of course, many folks only hear one word when universal health care is discussed. That word is “free”. Boy, how surprised are they going to be one day when they realize the cost of that ” free” health care.
Update! The Other McCain has some thoughts on the unexpected cost of the greatest lie ever
Everything Democrats say is a lie. Remember what they promisedObamaCare would do, now that we see what it actually does:
- President Obama’s health care law will push 7 million people out of their job-based insurance coverage — nearly twice the previous estimate, according to the latest estimates from the Congressional Budget Office released Tuesday.
- The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated Tuesday that President Obama’s signature healthcare law will cost about $1.3 trillion over the next 10 years.
Remember when they said it would actually save money for the federal government? Remember when they said nobody would lose their current insurance? Lies, lies, all lies. The Democratic Party is so deliberately dishonest that no decent person would ever vote for any Democrat.
How true, the Democratic Party has devolved into the Lying Party. I often ask how anyone can support an ideology that requires complete dishonesty. Seriously, if you are still a Democrat, then you either like being lied to, enjoy living in complete ignorance, or support the Neo-Marxist direction of the Democrats. So, which is it?
Eduardo Porter’s “Economic Scene” column for Wednesday’s New York Times Business Day was similarly titled: “Health Care And Profits, A Poor Mix.”
Porter, who previously covered economics as a reporter for the paper, showed his mistrust of the market to provide vital services like adequate health care and pensions, advancing his left-wing argument via a narrow 30-year-old study.
Thirty years ago, Bonnie Svarstad and Chester Bond of the School of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison discovered an interesting pattern in the use of sedatives at nursing homes in the south of the state.
Patients entering church-affiliated nonprofit homes were prescribed drugs roughly as often as those entering profit-making “proprietary” institutions. But patients in proprietary homes received, on average, more than four times the dose of patients at nonprofits.
Writing about his colleagues’ research in his 1988 book “The Nonprofit Economy,” the economist Burton Weisbrod provided a straightforward explanation: “differences in the pursuit of profit.” Sedatives are cheap, Mr. Weisbrod noted. “Less expensive than, say, giving special attention to more active patients who need to be kept busy.”
This behavior was hardly surprising. Hospitals run for profit are also less likely than nonprofit and government-run institutions to offer services like home health care and psychiatric emergency care, which are not as profitable as open-heart surgery.
These profit-maximizing tactics point to a troubling conflict of interest that goes beyond the private delivery of health care. They raise a broader, more important question: How much should we rely on the private sector to satisfy broad social needs?
Go read the rest, but the main point here, to me is that Porter has no understanding of free markets, or reality. Let me explain Mr. Porter. If those insurance companies did not make any profit, they would go OUT OF BUSINESS! Then, they could insure NO ONE! How would that help sir? Of course, if we had YOUR Utopian version of health care. The government would run health care, and then when they run out of money, who could get health care? How about all the medicines that help Americans Mr. Porter? Guess what THOSE drug companies have to make profits too. See without making MORE money than they spend, companies do not prosper. They go belly up, and who does that help again Mr. Porter?
The creeping illness of Socialism is beginning to take effect, and, as always, it is the people, and small businesses that get it hardest, and first! The Lonely Conservative has more
Obamacare hasn’t yet been fully implemented but it’s already driving up the cost of health care and killing small medical practices. At the same time, it’s helping big hospitals become even bigger.
Thomas Lewandowski, a Wisconsin heart doctor, was faced with a dilemma after his Medicare payments were cut and his overhead costs soared: Fire half his staff to keep his practice open, or sell it to a local hospital.
He decided to sell, becoming one of more than 6,000 employees at Thedacare, which runs five hospitals and numerous clinics in northeast Wisconsin. It’s a decision being made increasingly in the U.S., creating a new dynamic that threatens to raise the price of health care, even as the federal government and states strain to keep a lid on costs.
Under Medicare’s tangled payment system, hospitals get higher reimbursements than individual doctors for cardiology treatment, as they do for other specialty services, in some cases as much as three times more. At the same time, the added bargaining power gained by controlling more of the heart care in a geographic market has given large hospital systems added leverage in negotiating reimbursements from insurers, such as UnitedHealth Group Inc. (UNH) and WellPoint Inc. (WLP)
One cardiologist said the people who concocted these payments schemes need to have their heads examined. He also said his previous plan to work well into his retirement years has been scrapped.
For cardiologists, the move to hospitals has good and bad aspects, according to Lewandowski, the Wisconsin heart doctor who sold his practice in 2010. While they may gain more stable incomes, doctors often have less freedom over how they care for their patients under strict hospital protocols. Some doctors are also under pressure to see more patients each day when they are employed by a hospital, he said.
“I miss being in private practice and being my own boss,” said Alexander, the Illinois cardiologist. “I would have said 30 years ago that I planned on dying with my boots on, and practicing until I couldn’t practice anymore.
‘‘Now, do I look forward to retirement?’’ he asked. ‘‘Yes. Do I plan on working forever? No.’’
Go read it all. As I noted, it is the very people Socialists claim to be helping that are crushed first. The small businesses go under the wheels too of course. The LOnely Conservative links Timothy Carney, who explains how this works
This is standard. Dodd-Frank looks like it is making big banks bigger. Toy-safety regulation has accrued to the benefit of the big toymakers while killing Mom n Pop competitors. Wal-Mart’s support for theemployer mandate in health insurance and a higher minimum wage weren’t philanthropy. There’s a reason Philip Morris supported FDA regulation of tobacco and smaller cigarette companies called it the “Marlboro Monopoly Act.”
Again, here we go, down the road that Socialism paves. The Road that leads to broken promises, human suffering, and greatly diminished liberty, and choice? Soon that will be gone too. Unless you call being herded into one massive hospital, or another massive hospital. And, of course, the poor will be hardest hit there too, once the IRS starts enforcing that mandate that we MUST buy health care. So, they will be the first to be herded won’t they? And, as more and more of us join them, the system will go broke, and then what?
Well, if that life is still in the womb, it is worth, it would seem, $1. Chris Wysocki is rightfully infuriated by this
Let’s be clear about something.
Abortion is not ”health care”. Two lives go in, only one comes out.
Most of the time we call that murder.
Alas, the Obama administration is determined to ensure that every woman has the unfettered ability to cleanse her womb of wayward cells, at any time, for any reason. Or for no reason. Even if those cells happen to bear a striking resemblance to a living, breathing, bouncing baby. It’s her right.
And, to guarantee that the extermination of inconvenient children is truly “free” for the asking, starting in 2014 you’ll see a surcharge built in to every American’s health insurance premium.
One dollar per month. No exceptions. No exemptions.
The Department of Health and Human Services has finalized the policies governing state health care exchanges under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and with it the rules governing abortion coverage under the new law.
Life News reports that “the concern pro-life organizations had about the ObamaCare legislation funding abortions has been confirmed.”
Indeed pro-lifers have long known that the health care law, specifically Section 1303, would require enrollees in the health care exchanges to pay a separate monthly surcharge for abortion coverage.
With the final HHS rules set in stone, the surcharge is a dollar.
Now, I know that many liberals will scoff at such language. Indeed, they will mock my saying that any human life is worth merely a dollar under Obamacare. These Liberals really should think though. If government begins putting price tags on our lives, at any stage, where will that end? So, when it comes down to rationing care, how much IS your life worth? Do you REALLY trust government to make that call?
Well, not all, many are just naive,or idealists, but, if the people in the video at The Blaze are to be believed, most just want to mooch off tax payers which makes them Marxist Morons
The Democrats tend to lie, A LOT, about many things, OK about everything, and Smitty notes that one of those lies is that Republicans do not have any ideas to fix health care has been shattered by Dean Clancy
And so here is Clancy, nattering on, in defiance of the Received Wisdom that the GOP has no ideas of how to improve health care in the United States. He even blasphemes the Holy Tax Code:
The Republicans do have a bunch of ideas for fixing what ails our health care system. I’ll just mention a few of them here. For example:
- Reform state medical malpractice laws.
- Incentivize hospitals and doctors to publish their prices, to promote comparison shopping.
- Let people purchase insurance across state lines.
- Let small businesses band together to obtain insurance for their workers at group rates.
- Expand Health Savings Accounts and flex benefits.
- Ease federal mandates that contribute to emergency-room over-crowding.
- Block-grant the Medicaid program back to the states.
Here’s my personal favorite:
- Let seniors join their Member of Congress’s health plan.
Those are just some of the ideas that various Republicans have proposed. And they’re by and large pretty good, common-sense ideas. I think they’d reduce costs without costly mandates, without a big new bureaucracy, without a 2,801-page bill that “they have to pass so we can find out what’s in it.” Oh, and by the way, with all of these ideas, you would actually get to “keep your coverage if you like it,” unlike under the president’s plan. Anyway, that’s all great.
But the one problem that I haven’t mentioned the Republicans dealing with — and it’s very important — is pre-existing conditions. You probably know what that is. It’s the most important problem in health care. If you fix the problem of pre-existing medical conditions, I think you fix the health care issue, as a general matter.
What is that, exactly? It’s the problem you face when, let’s say you have diabetes and you’re unemployed or you lose your job — you have no health insurance. So you go to buy coverage online or out of the yellow pages, and they want to charge you an arm and a leg because of your health status, because of your preexisting condition. That’s a problem for a lot of people, maybe 2 to 4 million people in this country, so not a huge percentage of us, but for each one of those people it’s a big deal.
And guess what? That problem can be addressed. It’s mainly caused by government policy. My line is whenever someone tells you that there’s a “market failure,” look closer: it’s a government failure. There’s some government policy causing the problem. And that’s definitely the case here. The problem with pre-existing conditions is primarily caused by the United States tax code. That’s right, it’s the tax code. And how does that happen? Well, basically the government doesn’t create a level playing field for health care versus health insurance, for health insurance obtained at the workplace versus health insurance obtained out of the yellow pages, for health insurance that has a low deductible versus health insurance with a high deductible. By the way, a deductible just means the amount that you pay out of pocket before the insurance kicks in. All of those distortions are caused by the way we treat health benefits in our tax code.
Great stuff by Dean Clancy. We all remember President Obama saying that he would listen to any GOP ideas about health care reform. That was a lie, of course, Obama, being a Democrat does that A LOT! And we heard this lie over and again during the Obamcare struggle. The fact is that the ideas Clancy references are good ideas, and would very likely help fix the problems with our health care system.
The Left, naturally hates these ideas, mainly because they do not empower the federal government, involve massive regulatory and spending increases, and actually give the people more control over their own health care! You just cannot have that in a Socialist Utopia where Magic Unicorns pluck wads of cash off of Golden Money Trees, and give you FREE rides to those FREE hospitals!
And, as wolf points out, it is a big disaster
In a 2010 column titled “Obamacare’s unkeepable promises,” I compiled the top Obamacare lies that the president and other Democrats deployed. As I’ve said before, we did not get here because of simple distortions or exaggerations or even misrepresentations. Obamacare is the product of statements known by their makers to be untrue and meant to deceive – lies. Two years after the president signed his health care takeover into law, the enormity of those lies continues to grow.
“No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people. If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health care plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what.”
Mr. Obama made this empty promise before the American Medical Association in June 2009, and the few remaining doctors still willing to associate with the AMA – only about 17 percent – believed it. America didn’t. Neither did the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), whose most recent analysis reveals that up to 20 million Americans could lose their employer-based health insurance as a direct result of Obamacare. As an aside, if your own doctor is still a member of the AMA, you might want to find a smarter doctor.
Go read it all, Wolf reminds us of all the empty promises Obama, and others made about Obamacare. And never ever forget this my friends, all of this was done AGAINST the will of the people.
Leftism is many things, it is racism, sexism, hatred, exploitation, and it is pessimism, but most of all, perhaps, it is abject cruelty
Not only is there the existence of a “death panel” choosing who needs to be put on an expedited path to the bright light, but some of the families aren’t even being told about it.
This from just across the pond:
Tens of thousands of patients with terminal illnesses are being placed on a “death pathway”, almost double the number just two years ago, a study published today shows.
Health service guidance states that doctors should discuss with relations whether or not their loved one is placed on the scheme which allows medical staff to withdraw fluid and drugs in a patient’s final days. In many cases this is not happening, an audit has found. As many as 2,500 families were not told that their loved ones had been put on the so-called Liverpool Care Pathway, the study disclosed.
In one hospital trust, doctors had conversations with fewer than half of families about the care of their loved one. In a quarter of hospital trusts, discussions were not held with one in three families.
Doug Powers sums it up. As I have often said, it is Collectivism at its worst
File that under “coming soon to the US” if we can’t manage to repeal the Obamacare monstrosity. It’s not surprising. In a government-run system the good of the collective takes priority, and as a result the health of an individual is really none of the individual’s business.
Take those words to heart my friends. Fools look at the promises of universal health care and see one word “free” but is not “free” in fact, the cost is great. It costs you, me, all of us, more than money, it costs us the most precious of prices, our worth as individuals. Once that is gone, we are just hunks of meat.
Mitt Romney has been demagoging the illegal immigrant issue. He has done this in the tradition of other Progressive Republican candidates. They pick a red meat issue that whips up the base to cover up a liberal agenda. It turns out that as part of Romneycare, illegal aliens get medical care!
The Massachusetts healthcare law that then-Gov. Mitt Romney signed in 2006 includes a program known as the Health Safety Net, which allows undocumented immigrants to get needed medical care along with others who lack insurance.
Uninsured, poor immigrants can walk into a health clinic or hospital in the state and get publicly subsidized care at virtually no cost to them, regardless of their immigration status.
The program, widely supported in Massachusetts, drew little attention when Romney signed the trailblazing healthcare law. But now it could prove problematic for the Republican presidential hopeful, who has been attacking Texas Gov. Rick Perry for supporting educational aid for children of undocumented immigrants in Texas.
I suppose if the people of Massachusetts choose to implement this, then that is their right. Just like the people of Texas chose who to give in state tuition to.But, it is odd to find out that Romney is nothing but a hypocrite.
Another very odd thing is how Ann Coulter is all over the Romney bandwagon, just like she was on the Christie bandwagon. Why is she so eager to get a soft Conservative nominated? Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmmm. Maybe she digs mandates?
In 2009 between 46,000 and 49,000 Massachusetts residents were fined under that state’s Romneycare law for not having health insurance, or for having a policy that did not include all the mandated coverages imposed by that law.
Repeal Obamacare he says? Hmmmmmmmm
Perry said he had created jobs in Texas, while the president had expanded the role of the federal government without creating long-term jobs, and had taken the country in the wrong direction, he said.
He also had some advice for the president as he prepares to announce a jobs plan next week.
“If the president wants to make a good jobs speech, he needs to stand up in front of the American people and say we’re going to repeal ‘Obamacare,’ ” Perry told an audience in Chichester, to thunderous applause.
Let’s see, such an action would decrease spending, and would not allow the looming health care and business regulations, and huge tax hikes that will hit America when Obamacare kicks in. That would likely help create jobs, and do us a great benefit. For these reasons it is a great idea. And, for these very reasons, Obama would never ever do it! Think about that last line.
I added Bitter Americans to the blogroll this morning, and I offer you a bit of the first post I read over there
For those of you who don’t already know, I’m a Mexican. Yes, that’s right, an ultra conservative Mexican who grew up in a low-income home with a father who was the president of his local chapter of the AFL-CIO. It might not be the typical outcome for someone with that history, but I think there are far more of us than the media likes to admit. We are the people that make up the Tea Party; hardworking Americans from a diverse background fighting to get our county back.
I’m sure many people will label me a racist for what I am going to talk about in this article, but that’s a tough argument when my family has the background we have.
The second side to the immigration issue is not a legal problem, it is an attitude problem. You are coming to the United States to be a taxpaying, English-speaking American, not a Mexican American. I don’t care what country you come from. This applies to immigrants from other countries as well. We will not speak your language. You are free to be proud of your heritage, but you are in the United States now. If you don’t like the United States enough to call yourself and American, that why did you come here in the first place?
I find myself bewildered by the liberal view on this issue. Is there not a legal way to come into this country? Didn’t most of your families go through the process themselves? Why aren’t the people crossing our borders illegally today expected to do the same? I don’t understand why we are supposed to turn a blind eye to this crime. Barack Obama was on television today, (6/29) blabbering on about how we need to raise taxes on the rich to raise revenue. Why don’t we start by addressing an entire segment of the population who takes full advantage of American schools, infrastructure, and health care, yet fails to contribute any tax dollars?
I’m not a Racist! If you don’t pay taxes and you don’t love America, I don’t like you. Michelle Obama said at Barack’s inauguration it was the first time she was ever proud of her country. I don’t like her because of statements like that. I don’t care what color she is or what anyone else is for that matter. The people who are constantly pointing out racism are the real racists. Believe me, if you are white and emigrating to our country illegally, I don’t like you either.
Please read the whole thing, I think it speaks for the vast majority of Americans
Take a peek at her post on health care costs and tell me it does not smack of common sense and reason.
Somehow, in the past 50 or so years, the entire concept of health insurance has been turned inside out and upside down. No longer do we insure against a catastrophic event, what was once called a “major medical” policy, but now expect our insurance to pay for hangnails and head colds.
As a nation, we run to the doctor for the most trivial of reasons because “it’s free.” This phenomenon is not relegated to the people who are insured through their employer, but includes Medicare recipients also.
A number of years ago, I had a lady friend who was on Medicare. She had problems with the maintenance of her toenails and so her doctor referred her to a podiatrist. Every six weeks, she visited the podiatrist to have her nails clipped, not by the doctor, but by an assistant in the office. Medicare was billed for an office visit and for the clipping of her nails, a procedure that could have been performed by any competent manicurist. Of course, if she went to manicurist, she would have to pay $5.00 or $10.00 to have her nails clipped. Why do that when you can get it done for “free.”
Both my husband and I are recent receivers of this abomination called Medicare. Unlike most recipients, I carefully review the statements for our services. Just a few weeks ago, my husband had a electrocardiogram performed. When I saw the amount billed to Medicare, I almost had a stroke. A relatively simple procedure, the technology of which has long since paid for, cost close to $4,000.00. A doctor isn’t even required to do the procedure, a technician being sufficient for the job. Admittedly, a doctor “reads” the results, which were already known to us by the nurse. What Medicare actually paid the clinic for the procedure is an unknown, but not for long, since I plan on spending some quality time with the billing office to find out this information.
Take the time to read the whole thing, it is excellent
And man those side effects are a real bitch says Dr. Milton Wolf
If there’s one constant message I’ve tried to convey here at TWF (and every television or radio interview I give, every opinion column I write, every speech I give and everywhere else when I can) it is that the free market works and health care is not immune from basic economic laws.
Price controls and regulatory burden are stock-in-trade for big-government types and they always fail spectacularly. Promises of lower prices is the siren’s song but usually sooner rather than later the supply chain dries up. Why? People aren’t stupid. If the government makes it unprofitable to supply a product or a service, people will not supply them. File that one under ‘Duh’. Big-government types then attempt to impose control over the suppliers and force them into service. Case in point: ObamaCare took over student loans to exert more control over doctors entering the field. A free doctor won’t be forced into servitude but one owned by the government in the form of crushing debt will do as he or she is told.
Pharmaceutical companies are not immune from the devastating effects of price controls and regulatory burden either. Add the ever-present lawsuits from ambulance chasing lawyers and it becomes increasing difficult to keep your company’s doors open.
What? You mean profits are not evil. Instead they are the lifeblood of businesses, ALL businesses? Who could have known? Well, anyone with an ounce of logic would know this of course, as would this pharmacist
Michael O’Neal is a pharmacist. He purchases drugs for Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He often deals with drug shortages, but this one is bad. O’Neal is concerned about the availability of electrolytes. They are critical to a babies in neonatal intensive care and seriously ill adults.
Electrolytes are administered to a critically ill patient for nutritional support intravenously. They are given to patients who cannot get their nutrition any other way.O’Neal said he’s concerned that as supplies shrink, measures will have to be taken.”We are dangerously close, we believe, when we will have to ration care to the critically ill. I would say within days or weeks,” said O’Neal.Vanessa Kumpf has her doctorate in pharmacy. She’s also a clinical specialist. She supervises patient nutritional support at Vanderbilt. She knows how important the correct cocktail of electrolyte drugs are to a patient.”If one of the drugs is missing, it can be a very potentially life threatening situation. Your heart, your muscles, your lungs, every organ system has to have the right component of electrolytes,” said Kumpf.There are so few makers of electrolytes that when one drug company, American Regent, stopped production because of quality issues, it sent supplies in a tail spin nationwide.
Oh yes, sadly there are indeed, and anyone who thinks, rather than emotes about
“universal health care” and how health care is a “right” damn well knows it! For everyone else, they should take a few moments and read this
How many liberals have clamored for the humanity of the Canadian Health Care system? I think it’s safe to say that at one time, a majority of them have advocated for a single payer system.
One of the problems with single payer is the government can decide to stop paying because some “death panel” declared the patient’s life not worth the money required to keep them alive.
For example, a panel in Canada’s health care system has decided to remove a baby from life support, despite the parents protestations. The parents when to court. The court found in favor of the government.
So now, rather than die at home, with loved ones surrounding him, baby Joseph Maraachli will die at the hospital, at the hands of the Canadian health care system:
The father and relatives of one-year-old Joseph Maraachli wept outside a London courthouse after an emotional Justice Helen Rady upheld the earlier decision of an independent provincial tribunal forcing the baby’s parents to comply with doctors’ orders.
With all of their legal avenues exhausted, the family will have to say goodbye to Joseph Monday morning — on Family Day — when his breathing tube will be removed.
“I do my best for my baby. My son is not a criminal . . . to just let him die,” dad Moe Maraachli said through tears.
“They are taking my baby away from me . . . Where is the humanity?”
He said he didn’t know how to break the news to his wife Sana Nader, who was too upset to sit through the day’s court proceedings, or explain to their seven-year-old son Ali what’s going to happen to his little brother.
The parents have accepted the inevitable death of Joseph, and asked the hospital to perform a tracheotomy “which would open up a direct airway through an incision in Joseph’s trachea and make it possible to bring the baby home” to die.
The hospital refused because that might lead to an infection, which could kill him.
Although the couple has accepted their baby boy’s inevitable death, they insisted that it occur peacefully at home and not by removing his breathing tube, which will cause him to choke since he can’t swallow or breathe on his own. The parents asked for a tracheotomy, which would open up a direct airway through an incision in Joseph’s trachea and make it possible to bring the baby home.
But doctors refused to perform the procedure, citing serious risks of infection, pneumonia and other possible complications.
Behold the logic of government.
It gets worse:
They have no compassion for us,” a tearful Faith said.
“I believe when the medical world doesn’t understand a situation, they just want to get rid of it,” Samar said. “That’s exactly what’s happening.”
Outside court, all the lawyers involved agreed Joseph’s is a “tragic” case but a decision had to be made in the child’s best interest.
Ah the compassion of Leftism, how barbaric it truly is
Now he might have the chance. From the Toronto Sun:
A dying Windsor, Ont., baby who was likely to be taken off life support this week at a London, Ont., hospital might instead be moved to a Michigan hospital.
The family wants to take Joseph home to die. Let’s pray doctors in Michigan help that happen. Pray. If you’d like to donate to help defray their legal costs, go here. For more updates, join the Save Baby Joseph Facebook page.