In his Atlantic article, he admits his family thinks he’s crazy; I think they’re simply “precise”!
Is this just another Obamacare surprise? … No; it was just another lie when they fearfully, vehemently denied this, a few years back!
I suspect the “good doctor” secretly hates his sister, or maybe his parents? … but it’s his sister, Gabrielle, who has Cerebral Palsy; it’s her life that’s possibly brought such grief to his family …
I’m 73, and when my meds end, I have a terrifying future. I have ALS and the drug Riluzole is keeping the progression of my disease moving very slowly, at least it is, … for now. He thinks that continuing medicine for me, would cost too much …
I’m fully aware that what’s ahead for me, … it’s possibly a Living Hell.
Dr. Emanuel’s an American bioethicist and fellow at the Center for American Progress; he recently said that “75 is a good age to die”. I reply to that: “F**k you, Dr. Emanuel: Why wait? You first!”
I searched the web to find out what age University of Pennsylvania’s professor is now. From what I found, depending on his birthday, most likely, he’s 57.
As Emanuel co-wrote Obamacare and recently said:
“At $2 trillion per year, the U.S. health-care system suffers much more from inefficiency than lack of funds. The system wastes money on administration, unnecessary tests and marginal medicines that cost a lot for little health benefit. It also provides strong financial incentives to preserve such inefficiency.”
Dr. Emanuel is the brother of now Chicago mayor, Rahm Emanuel; knowing that, it’s impossible to believe the previous denials, issued by the Administration, were not intentional lies, just like: “If you like your plan …!” debacle.
I present to you, for your consideration – – – Dr. Emanuel – an unethical Bioethicist. Maybe he laid awake at night, too long as a boy and it was struggling with the ethics of the Nazi doctors’ experimentations, and that’s what drove him NUTS!
NOTE: Dr. Emanuel reveals a lot of his misgivings in his article, but even more-so he reveals his all-too-apparent shortcomings. He admits that by 75 yrs. of age he will have loved and been loved – – – in other words, it’s not happened – not so far! That doesn’t surprise me at all; he has a lot in common with our Commander-in-Chief.
Obviously, the “good doctor” has entirely missed the purpose of life itself!