Dr. David Janda is from Michigan, and is supporting Rob Steele against Rep. John Dingell. Here he gives some insight into the rationing of care built into the health care bill.
Interesting. And they said that there was no rationing in the bill. And they said that if you like your doctor and your insurance you can keep it. And the AMA supported this, despite the fact that it's going to chase doctors out of the system by harassing them.
Tell me. Is it better to have doctors and access to care, but no insurance, or to have insurance but fewer doctors and less access to care? Is it better to have doctors and patients deciding together the proper treatment for that individual, or to have treatment prescribed/proscribed by impersonal bureaucrats who previously worked in the DMV? Yes, I know that insurers are already doing some dictating of treatments. But you can reason with insurers, sometimes. The government never listens.