VIDEO: Democrats Next to Move to Unionize Obamacare Doctors
In another sign that our healthcare industry is soon to be just another arm of the Democrat Party, Chicago are Democrat Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky thinks it’s a great idea if doctors unionize.
This will completely end any chance that doctors will care about patients. They will instead become just another uncaring, slipshod union hack that won’t much care about the excellence of his work because he’s protected by union rules. Patients will no longer matter.
Doctors will be just like officious DMV employees. Just like lazy Streets and Sans guys. Like all those little bored, arrogant placemen that work for government.
You, the patient, will no longer matter at all.
Welcome to Obamacare, folks. We’re all the victim of a death panel now.
Warner Todd Huston
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