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Here's the answer you requested about my 91 year old mother (by the way, thinks you have "lost your mind and thinks your nuts".... I sent her your posts.
"Death Panel" is a political term that originated during a 2009 debate about federal health care legislation to cover the uninsured in the United States. The term was first used in August 2009 by Sarah Palin, the former Republican Governor of Alaska, when she charged that the proposed legislation would create a "death panel" of bureaucrats who would decide whether Americans—such as her elderly parents or child with Down syndrome—were worthy of medical care.
Palin's claim, however, was debunked, and it has been referred to as the "death panel" myth; nothing in any proposed legislation would have allowed individuals to be judged to see if they were "worthy" of health care.
Zoo at this point one would have to ask where you went to school, or did you?
You just keep repeating the talking points of a party that lies to the American public. If they told you the sky was green you would say yes without looking up..
I can only think of two words.. Lazy & Stupid! 1) Your to lazy to check facts.2) To stupid to know the difference between a fact and a lie.
As Romney said "were not interested in facts"
If you would like to read the truth please follow the link below.
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