Pelosi Death Panels aka Medical Homes in Heath bill

November 7, 2009

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Wall Street Journal

* NOVEMBER 7, 2009, 9:58 A.M. ET

What the Pelosi Health-Care Bill Really Says
Here are some important passages in the 2,000 page legislation.


The health bill that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is bringing to a vote (H.R. 3962) is 1,990 pages. Here are some of the details you need to know.

Eviscerating Medicare:

In addition to reducing future Medicare funding by an estimated $500 billion, the bill fundamentally changes how Medicare pays doctors and hospitals, permitting the government to dictate treatment decisions.

• Sec. 1302 (pp. 672-692) moves Medicare from a fee-for-service payment system, in which patients choose which doctors to see and doctors are paid for each service they provide, toward what’s called a “medical home.”

The medical home is this decade’s version of HMO-restrictions on care. A primary-care provider manages access to costly specialists and diagnostic tests for a flat monthly fee. The bill specifies that patients may have to settle for a nurse practitioner rather than a physician as the primary-care provider. Medical homes begin with demonstration projects, but the HHS secretary is authorized to “disseminate this approach rapidly on a national basis.”

A December 2008 Congressional Budget Office report noted that “medical homes” were likely to resemble the unpopular gatekeepers of 20 years ago if cost control was a priority.


== Interview Nancy Pelosi by Fred the unShred

Fred: Thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions on your bill.  What is the basic purpose of the bill?

Pelosi: Take health care away from whites and give it to non-whites.

Fred: Why?

Pelosi: The first reason is non-whites vote Democrat and whites don’t.  We have to punish whites for that.

Fred: By killing them?

Pelosi:  Yes.

Fred: Because they didn’t vote for you?

Pelosi: That’s how it works when government controls everything.

Fred: But is that in the Constitution?

Pelosi: I’m a Democrat.  If you want to talk about what’s in the Constitution go talk to a dead white male.  They aren’t getting health care either.

Fred: But why this hatred of whites?

Pelosi: It isn’t hatred.  Its fun to kill whites.

Fred: But isn’t it evil?

Pelosi: That’s where the fun centers of the brain are.  It makes me feel powerful to take health care away from whites.

Fred: Is this some sort of deviant thing?

Pelosi: Not any more.

Fred:  Is there a more fundamental reason?

Pelosi: We are replacing whites with non-whites?

Fred: Why?

Pelosi: Because we can.

Fred: Why?

Pelosi: Because whites are cowards. We call them bigots and they not only shut up they vote for us to replace them and take away their jobs and health care.  Whites don’t have jobs like they used to.  Their labor force participation rate is way down for men.  Their wages are back at 1973 levels.  This gives me a physical rush to do this to them.  Its like having them strung out on the rack or on a hook hanging from the ceiling.  It gives me that much pleasure to do it.

Fred: Don’t you think you are twisted deviant sick evil woman?

Pelosi: No.  I’m the Queen of the House of Represenatives and the Democratic Party.  I decided Obama could be president even though he is not a natural born citizen.  I am the power behind the throne.  Its me.  I am the femme fatale who eliminates the white race from power and even existence.  Its me.  I leave my mark on them forever.

==More quote WSJ  Benefiting the non-white over the white explicitly

Questionable Priorities:

While the bill will slash Medicare funding, it will also direct billions of dollars to numerous inner-city social work and diversity programs with vague standards of accountability.

• Sec. 399V (p. 1422) provides for grants to community “entities” with no required qualifications except having “documented community activity and experience with community healthcare workers” to “educate, guide, and provide experiential learning opportunities” aimed at drug abuse, poor nutrition, smoking and obesity. “Each community health worker program receiving funds under the grant will provide services in the cultural context most appropriate for the individual served by the program.”

These programs will “enhance the capacity of individuals to utilize health services and health related social services under Federal, State and local programs by assisting individuals in establishing eligibility . . . and in receiving services and other benefits” including transportation and translation services.

• Sec. 222 (p. 617) provides reimbursement for culturally and linguistically appropriate services. This program will train health-care workers to inform Medicare beneficiaries of their “right” to have an interpreter at all times and with no co-pays for language services.

• Secs. 2521 and 2533 (pp. 1379 and 1437) establishes racial and ethnic preferences in awarding grants for training nurses and creating secondary-school health science programs. For example, grants for nursing schools should “give preference to programs that provide for improving the diversity of new nurse graduates to reflect changes in the demographics of the patient population.” And secondary-school grants should go to schools “graduating students from disadvantaged backgrounds including racial and ethnic minorities.”

For the text of the bill with page numbers, see



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