Over here at the Washington Times today, we editorialize about the truly frightening implications of Obama’s approach to health care policy. Hint: Obama talks about government doing a cost-benefit analysis to determine what care is worth providing when people near the ends of their lives. No, there’s no talk about recycling old folks into foodstuff, but the idea of government deciding when it’s time for somebody to enter the Happy Acres is chilling, to the bone, nonetheless.
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