Thursday, October 11, 2012

Green Lights on the (Death) Panel

Wesley J. Smith:
Look into the future if Obamacare remains. Texas has a futile care law permitting a hospital bioethics panel to refuse wanted life-sustaining treatment if they don’t think the patient’s life is worth the cost or has sufficient quality.  It is like the old signs over restaurant doors, “We reserve the right to refuse service.” (I have warned against Futile Care Theory often, including here at NRO.)
Last August, I reported on a boy shot in the head, and only one week after the injury, doctors wanted to pull all plugs.  But the administrative procedure wasn’t followed correctly and they had to start over.  Well, guess what: The boy is now fully awake.
God will surely force a drink of scalding water and a painful punishment on the muslamo-commie who signed that atrocity into law.

George W. Bush and son.


mikey said...

Got so excited about the Bushy image you forgot to give this post a title.

May I suggest "Green Lights on the (Death) Panel"?

Substance McGravitas said...

Sure. I think it's the new Blogger interface that's throwing me: Looks so clean that the title field disappears.

Substance McGravitas said...

And thank you, as always.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

"Death Rides A Pale Cow"

Substance McGravitas said...

"Clearing the Brush"

M. Bouffant said...

Of course Romney/Ryan's Vouchercare guarantees you all the treatment you'll need to stay alive forever.

No manipulation of Wesley J.'s headshot? That enticingly high/large forehead's begging for it.

We are obliged: "The brush?"

Smut Clyde said...

The Brush?