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On the Road to Death Panels

silvereagle Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 7:50 AM
piece of paper. They gave me a copy of everything which I took to a medical billing office and had them calculate the cost. It came out to over $6.5 million. Think about it. Ultimately, I didn't have to pay that amount. In fact I paid only for his meals. Because you see, I was in the Army at the time and he was treated in US Army Class III hospitals. Specifically, William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Fort Bliss, TX and at Walter Reed AMC. Now, under Obamacare how many babies, children of all ages, young people, middle age and the elder are going to get care if their condition is considered "not cost effective"? I'm voting for Romney.
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On the Road to Death Panels

silvereagle Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 7:42 AM
Under Obamacare he would receive medication to "manage the pain" because it wouldn't be considered "cost effective" to even try. After he passed I spoke at length with all of his doctors, surgeons, nurses etc and asked many questions. I specifically asked if they had learned anything that would help the next child. All were adamant that they had because neuroblastoma is rare. I asked if anything they found surprised them. Again, yes. No one, absolutely no one thought he would live beyond his prognosis. It had never happened before. They had requested that I donate his body to medical science so they could continue to study the disease post mortem. I couldn't, he was my son. They understood. I asked if I could get copies of absolutely every
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On the Road to Death Panels

silvereagle Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 7:32 AM
Many folks are assuming the 'death panels' only applies to the elderly. It doesn't. It applies to everybody in every age group. For example, my son was born in Feb 79. In Mar 80 he was diagnosed with Stage 3 Neuroblastoma, a rare pediatric cancer of the sympathetic nervous system. It started on his adrenal glands (atop his kidneys) and spread everywhere. His was rated "high risk" and his prognosis was less than one year. He lived until 5 1/2 years old. In the interim he went through 6 laparotomies (look it up), max Cobalt-60 radiation therapy, and max dosage of chemotherapy (specifically, adriamycin, cytoxan and cisplatinum (look them up too). He had many good days and many bad. Even though he was considered "high risk" they STILL tried.
I watched the VP debate thrice and am convinced that Biden was under the influence of alcohol, one of those instant energy drinks (5 Hour Energy?) or he's schizophrenic with early onset dementia. Just saying,
Self aggrandizing POS isn't he?
It's all bs. The "researcher" probably googled "hot, asian girls" and decided to come up with the scam so the govt would pay for him to go "hobble" some commie chicks!;-)
Matthews is a psychopath. He should be locked up in a mental institution.
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Is IMF Short for I Must Fail?

silvereagle Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 7:44 AM
IMF = Idiotic Major Foul-up.
The OP has got to "grow a pair" and stop being waylaid by the left. They often ALLOW themselves to be set up and act as if they are afraid to say anything about it. Come on guys!
Outstanding work sir. Everytime I read about the flagrant waste, fraud and abuse I get sick to my stomach. I keep hoping, praying that this will all end in Nov and that the truth will start to come out and heads will begin to pile up in Washington and elsewhere.
It's all part of the liberal progressive agenda. I keep telling folks to google/youtube "The History of Political Correctness" and it outlines ALL of this kind of stuff. It's part of their "plan". It's part of the S Alinski model. Do your research folks and you'll know exactly how to respond when they start this bs with you.
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