If you voted for Obama…seek urologic care elsewhere. Changes to your healthcare begin right now, not in four years.
Florida Congressman Alan Grayson (D) is incensed at that overt act of disagreement with the Obama
regime junta administration. This is, after all, the bunch that just passed a law that takes control of your discretionary spending by forcing you to buy a product from a private insurance company even if you don’t want it or need it.
His Highness President Obama will NOT be tolerated, and expression of that disagreement WILL be punished.
So Congressman Grayson filed an ethics complaint against Dr. Cassell, which could jeopardize the man’s license to practice medicine. I guess anyone who opposed ObamaCare on the grounds that there will be fewer doctors because of it just won a bet.
Congressman Grayson has been making the rounds of liberal TV. I saw him on both Anderson Cooper and Keith Olbermann. Like the other two people watching those shows, I wondered why Grayson wasn’t filing an ethics complaint against his barber.
What spilled from one of the sides of Grayson’s mouth was rather peculiar: He said that Dr. Cassell violated the “Hippocratic Oath” because his sign meant he was turning away patients.
First, the Hippocratic Oath isn’t binding on doctors, so a doctor can’t really get in trouble for not following it. Second, on this business of turning away patients – the Hippocratic Oath doesn’t even mention that (pesky little fact).
But the Hippocratic Oath does say a doctor can’t give a woman an abortion.
So the question becomes – being the equal and fair defender of the Oath, why has Congressman Grayson not filed an ethics complaint against every abortion doctor in
The answer of course is that Grayson is a Hippocratic Hypocrite. He doesn’t really care about the oath and implications it has on medical ethics. He’s a Democrat – which means standards don’t matter and whatever serves his purpose at the moment will rule – even if it damns the 1st Amendment.