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Topic - Ezekiel J. Emanuel
The re-election of President Obama to a second term and the Senate remaining in Democratic hands confirms that Obamacare will be fully implemented. One of the major fears Americans have with regards to the impending regulations of the Affordable Care Act is the formation of death panels. Even though no such panels exist so far, the fact remains there will be significant rationing of health care resources at all levels.
More education is the usual prescription for our problems - but health care reformers urge the opposite.
If you haven't noticed it yet, you soon will. The Obama administration has launch-ed a full-court press to sell the president's "signature" achievement, Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, to the American public as well as to the 800,000 American physicians it directly impacts.
All of sudden, the mainstream media - highlighted by a high-profile New York Times piece by bioethicist Dr. Zeke Emanuel - has discovered the problem of drug shortages. Except it's not a new problem. According to a recent analysis, the frequency and
@-Text.noindent:Several months ago, first lady Michelle Obama unveiled her signature program to combat childhood obesity ("It takes a vittle," Comment & Analysis, Dec. 15). Mrs. Obama plans to unleash all the mighty forces of the federal government to the tune of approximately $8 billion for a program called "Let's Move."
Senators who vote to confirm Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court will need to answer this fall for ignoring legal ethics while contributing to the Obama administration's culture of death. Solicitor General Kagan acted unethically - while an aide to President Clinton and in testimony last week to the Senate Judiciary Committee - to promote the monstrosity known as partial-birth abortion.
This president's key health adviser, Ezekiel Emanuel, wrote in the 1990s that in public health policy, "25-year-olds [should] receive priority over 65-year-olds."