Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Comment on The Belmont Club
"Electing God 2"


Larry Sheldon,
(who noted that we can't learn to save those expected to die unless we try)
Excellent point. The analysis of Dr Death Emanuel is not only morally repulsive when applied to a baby born in a hospital where there are resources available to attempt a treatment but it is also a static view of life. Socialist analysis is always zero sum, frozen and fails to consider the incentives or potential for improvement.

Attenuated
Rectified
Made Redundant
Recycled
Normalized
Economized
Resource Conserved
Deprioritized
Efficiency Adjusted
Rendered
Liquidated
Consumated
Filed

Congress should cite this case as reason to pass a law denying any physicians trained or licensed in the UK the right to have their credentials considered in the US and deny them Visa access as professionals.

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