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[March 23, 2009 @ 9:42 am] Stuart Browning
Obama’s stimulus bill contains $1.1 billion for “comparative effectiveness research”. Here’s what socialized health care advocate Rep. Pete Stark (D-CA) had to say:
The new research will eventually save money and lives, although it may very well shorten the lifespan of some senior citizens who would not be allowed to receive some treatments even if they volunteer to pay for them themselves. (Robert Pear, New York Times 2/15/09)
We won’t be able to say that we were not warned.
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