“No Man’s life liberty or property is safe while the legislature is in session”.

- attributed to NY State Judge Gideon Tucker

Monday, February 22, 2010

A Clueless Reader

Here's a comment a reader left on today's earlier post,

"Despite from a required conversation between doctor and patient on end of life senarios, the death panels were a complete political distraction, and you fell for it! Besides, even if the mythical death panels existed, with whatever nightmarish standards for care you can think of, the man has curable cancer... fix em up and put him back on the slopes.

But i apologize for looking at this logically, please return to partisan regurgitation. "

I guess s/he wasn't too bright. Because the death panels were- and remain- very real in Wonderboy's vision of 'reformed' health care. S/he misses the point.

In the First Rookie's brave new world, oldsters like Frank would be left to die. Too expensive for the years remaining.

No, the comment isn't logical. You didn't understand the original post. Yes, the blog is conservative. But not, if you've actually read more than one post, partisan. At all.

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