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Bill Gates discussing death panels

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posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 06:03 PM

Bill gates says we should have death panels to protect teacher jobs. I thought that was NOT in the agenda... Here is an idea, do not nationalize healthcare, Oh wait too late, it is done. Now we are discussing whether someones job is more valuable than another person's LIFE. These are scary times we are living in. Are we going to continue down this road? It is obvious that our government can not afford this medical takeover but refuse to let this thing go. Looks like Sarah Palin was correct and Obama is caught in another lie.
I love how he says "what do we get for that...Nothing is what we get" How about the best health care in the world...
Newt speaking on death panels

Obama on death panels

edit on 12-9-2010 by ljtg123 because: Had to fix vid link

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 06:47 PM
I wish I had a billion dollars, that way I could be an expert in "everything" too.

And play God.

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 07:07 PM
I think the idea that the one million in medical costs would mean laying off teachers is too simplistic. Most people think money controls people, but people control money. As long as people are working, and working to the degree they can, that's when you'll get the best products/outcomes and most wealth. It just seems odd to think that we should have the doctor in this case, have no work, maybe an extra 2 hour break not saving a life (government saves money) and then we can hire more teachers. If he has the ability to work and save a life, he should. That's just increasing our national productivity. His logic almost dictates that somehow the Doctors and other healthcare workers could somehow morph and become teachers at the drop of a hat. Money can shift like that, people can't.

If he wants to start talking about saving teaching jobs, he should talk about the teachers that sexually harass students and get put into "rubber rooms" for years doing nothing and getting paid while the school system investigates. That is not productive.

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posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 07:27 PM
To the author of the OP of this thread, my apologies for not contributing any real intelligent answer, my internet bandwidth is appalling, so watching videos here will be a problem.

I'm pretty sure I get where you are going with this thread and I couldn't agree more.
The real trick to getting wealthy is finding a way to cash in a few bucks on every illogical thing that comes out of a philanthropists mouth over the course of their life.

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posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 08:21 PM
This completely fits into his views on over-population and population reduction..

the only thing we need to hear is his opinion on the "Complete Lives System"

posted on Sep, 14 2010 @ 01:44 PM
I wanted to add this. It is an explanation of what will be covered and more importantly NOT covered under Health-care reform. This is unconscionable. This needs to be repealed for so many reasons but the most important reason of all are all the people of ALL ages that are going to have to go begging hat in hand to the government for medical treatment only to be turned away.

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