This chilling NRO article exposes the unspoken dark side of government's takeover of health care: the inevitable dehumanization of individuals.
Seems that some of Obama's closest health care advisers advocate for your "duty to die."
Word to the wise: Short your shares in Grandma, Inc. That’s because Dr. Emanuel has embraced a technique for simplifying some of the tough calls: age discrimination. He wrote in The Lancet in 2008: “Unlike allocation by sex or race, allocation by age is not invidious discrimination.” We all were young once, the argument goes, so denying the elderly and weak in order to care for the young and fit is just.
Human lives ought never to be treated as mere inputs in an economic equation. Under a centrally planned system, it is necessary that they be treated so.
Those of us that argue against government-run health care are berated as uncaring, and are told that socialized medicine is some sort of "moral obligation." This article explains why the exact opposite is true.