This was not Obamacare because Ted Kennedy wanted the best healthcare he could have. He wanted to live for as long as possible no matter what the cost.
Debbie Schlussel: Ted Kennedy’s Brain Cancer Dream Team (Private Planes, Copters, Police Escorts, Mozart of Brain Surgeons)
Paramedics lifted the overweight senator onto a gurney, hooked him up to oxygen, and slid him into the back of an ambulance. The ambulance and a police cruiser raced down South Street to Cape Cod Hospital. . . .Click to read all about treatments the senator recivied.
Ted got all the treatments that Obama is saying cost to much to keep Americans alive for as long as possible. He didn’t take a pain pill and lay back to die, because the senator wanted to live as long as he could no matter what the cost. Americans want to live as long as possible also. So a word to Obama the dictator, if you’re going to try and use a dead man to get your Obamacare pass then you’re going to have a hard time explaining Ted Kennedy’s expensive cancer treatments.
Confidence in U.S. Private Health Care System Has Grown in Recent Months
Monday, August 03, 2009
Forty-eight percent (48%) of U.S. voters now rate the U.S. health care system as good or excellent. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just 19% rate it as poor.
These figures reflect a significant increase in support for the health care system over the past few months. In May, just 35% of adults nationwide rated the system as good or excellent. Read More