Doctors are part of the healtchare industry.
But, the question still remains.
Being part of a the bigger picture that is the healthcare industry, does not preclude the fact that, most doctors are in the field to look after themselves, and the industry is just part of "the work environment".
If Obamacare were to suddenly influence their industry in a negative way, but, not the doctors' practices, would doctors be as concerned about what Obamacare does to the country and economy and patients? IOW, if Obamacare promises to take care of doctors, and guarantees that they'll have a great rich and rewarding career, while Obamacare becomes the "health industry's replacement", would doctors, or at least most of them, be as concerned as many seem to be now?
posted on 07/22/2012 10:26:39 AM PDT
I have no idea where you're going with this.
Unless you're asserting Physicians have self-interest and, that they, unlike every other industry, should not. This nullifies their objections to it in your view? How very collectivist of you! The truth is industry insiders are best poised to assess it, and the impact of legislative edicts. You are both impugning the author and his wife's profession's motives without addressing the merits of...well..anything substantive. Apparently, since you go after them personally I conclude you're not fond of physicians. Fine. Maybe your last prostrate exam was traumatizing. I joke, but you see how things deteriorate when you head to the sewer, and make it personal. If you can make a coherent argument for Obamacare, go ahead.
But you do realize, I hope, that the author's perspective is Obamacare is emblematic of the larger picture of our overall current and future condition, which is barreling toward greater state control, and away from personal liberty. Refer to the title for guidance.
posted on 07/22/2012 11:01:28 AM PDT
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