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Sunday, May 11, 2014

By Michael Mccune: The Rant (US Government auditor for 16 years In Cheyenne, WY. -Death Panel Prelude in VA Scandal (( to Have Michael send you the Rant to your Email contact Him Here ((

Death Panel Prelude in VA Scandal
Whenever someone in the current administration opens the mouth, you not only have to parse the words but also understand the doublespeak inherent in the individual's sell-out to the corruption that clings to Obama more diligently than his shadow.
There has been a ton of coverage on the radio talk shows and the idiot box about the VA's infamous and, by the VA charter, illegal waiting lists due to the deaths of several veterans directly attributed to their placement on the waiting lists. Originally the VA denied any such thing existed. Now it has acknowledged the practice goes back decades.
Why the waiting list? It was a matter of budgetary concerns. The VA administrators couldn't handle the influx of claims and still meet the budget goals necessary to "obtain bonus pay". They couldn't handle the claims and still meet service quality necessary to "obtain bonus pay." Veterans died so the administrators could take home more bucks from their already outrageously overpaid jobs.
The reason for this outrage is entirely due to costs and, to the officials' thinking, arbitrary goals set by their higher ups.
Don't look now but that type of uncaring care is about to hit every American. It is coming in the hideous monster cunningly described as the Patient Affordable Care Act.
The rationale for the VA administrators to do what they did was to garner extra take-home pay. In the ACA those equate to the Republican labeled "death panels."
Immediately after the first airing of the term death panel, Obama went into overdrive denouncing the fact. For more than three months he attacked the opposition for "using scare tactics." Even some Republican Representatives in Congress who voted for the bill denied the provision was there. But they got called on it in public meetings by people who had slogged through the fine print in the massive bill.
Even when confronted with the facts, those Republicans in Congress denied that language was there when they "voted on the bill" but was added by the joint Senate-House compromise committee. If that is the case, then the bill should have been resubmitted for approval because neither section of Congress actually voted on the bill that was official. Since then Obama has changed the bill at his own discretion, rendering it unconstitutional by any definition of the word except of how the Supreme Court twisted things.
True, the term death panel never directly appeared the Act's language. But there was an oversight committee whose sole purpose was to "keep cost overruns from occurring." This oversight committee was not made up of doctors but accountants and economists. Number crunchers of the same ilk that have now appeared in charge of what has become the never-ending waiting lists that have led to deaths in the VA ranks.
Those people, who caused even a single death, should be charged with at least second-degree murder, forfeit all benefits accrued and spend the rest of their lives in an 8x8 cell without the possibility of parole.
The hard lesson that none of the talking heads has yet had the courage to opine publicly, is this is what is coming to us all, unless of course you have the wealth to circumvent the provisions of the ACA.
In the VA, the care followed the chain of command downward as it appears generals were never denied immediate access to the care they had earned. Privates, corporals, sergeants and lieutenants were at the bottom of the pecking order. It also appears the older the vet applying for care was a factor in being moved to the waiting list as was the relative health of the individuals' overall medical needs.
This, in retrospect, is what is coming to the rest of the population through Obamacare provisions. When patient medical needs exceed that accounting period's budget or time constraints, we'll be placed on an undeclared, unrecognized, undocumented waiting list so some fat-butt bureaucrat can get a bonus for "meeting target goals."
In one way Obama was right. If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it. If you like your doctor you can keep him. It is easy to keep those promised lies when they have no intention of letting you get better but place you on the waiting list for as long as it takes for you to die.
Couldn't this VA revelation also be a sure way to keep those with opposing views of the current Administration silent or at least make them go silent quicker by denying medical care? Political enemies or even those classified as part of Silent Majority could be specifically targeted for the uncaring clutches of a waiting list.
Doesn't that possibility, however, make every member of Congress who voted for a bill that wasn't written and therefore couldn't be read, every spokesperson who has extolled Obamacare virtues and greatness and every state official who has helped set up the exchanges--active participants in and enabling parties to the coming murders in our wreckage of a health care system?
All I'm asking for is to be called for jury duty when that first case hits the docket because I will give the defendant(s) the justice he (they) deserve for enabling this murderous bill to see the light of day. I assure you, there will be no room on any waiting list.
"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

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