|A pox on BOTH your chickens!|
When I saw this article, I was interested. Is this where we have come to in the medical industry? Is this a place we should be?
Given all the discussion on a centralized healthcare, I couldn't help but consider this: If they did centralize healthcare, would they be able to say what kinds of medical treatments were required? Could they literally take my choices away from me? And how far would that go?
|That's right! You LISTEN when I TALK to you!|
And don't EVEN give me that look...
- I support centralized healthcare because I think that all people deserve to have access to what they need to live a reasonably healthy life.
- I chose my current healthcare provider because he listens to me. He gives me information but I make the choices about my own and my family's treatment.
- I don't think that the whole public school system concept was built on imposing what many people (including medical professionals) consider to be a controversial topic.
|That's right... |
Me & this chicken are gonna box... er, POX!
I am an adult. An intelligent, learn'ed adult. I can make an intelligent, thought-out decision for myself and my children. If I have a problem with the chicken pox vaccine, that's between me and the vaccine... The doctor can advise me and then get out of the way.