The issues of late term abortion and post birth infanticide/abortion are now embraced by the Democratic Party. Of course it's gruesome, genocidal, barbarous, savage and grotesquely immoral. However, it's also the next related issue that is currently getting attention: Who is next? Well, the answer is obvious as it's the old and chronically ill who will be targeted next for planned extermination.
Sound familiar? It should because the Nazis were the last folks to implement human extermination as a matter of government policy.
Dr. Ezekiel Emmanuel and brother of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel has been dubbed the godfather and chief architect of Obamacare. Rahm is a very close friend and associate of Barack Obama, as well as a former Obama Chief of Staff. Dr. Emmanuel also developed what is known as the Complete Lives System. Basically, it's a system of bureaucratic healthcare rationing wherein the old, chronically ill and 'expensive to maintain' will be denied healthcare services because they are expendable and viewed as worthless garbage because they are no longer tax contributors but significant tax eaters.
The American Thinker did an excellent job of explaining the Complete Lives System aka The Reaper Curve.
Ezekiel Emmanuel's Reaper Curve
Ezekiel Emanuel has written extensively, before and after he helped draft ObamaCare, about who should get medical care, who should decide, and whose life is worth saving. Emanuel is part of a school of thought that redefines a physician’s duty, insisting that it includes working for the greater good of society instead of focusing only on a patient’s needs....Whenever you hear the words 'socially sustainable', it's a big red flag that screams genocide. Medical care under socialized medicine is defined as a 'medical intervention' and only certain folks are worthy of that intervention. Who makes life and death decisions regarding who lives, who dies and who gets medical 'interventions'? Government bureaucrats of course!
In numerous writings, Emanuel chastises physicians for thinking only about their own patient's needs. He describes it as an intractable problem: "Patients were to receive whatever services they needed, regardless of its cost. Reasoning based on cost has been strenuously resisted; it violated the Hippocratic Oath, was associated with rationing, and derided as putting a price on life. . . . Indeed, many physicians were willing to lie to get patients what they needed from insurance companies that were trying to hold down costs." (JAMA, May 16, 2007).
Of course, patients hope their doctors will have that singleminded devotion. But Emanuel believes doctors should serve two masters, the patient and society, and that medical students should be trained "to provide socially sustainable, cost-effective care."
Obamacare was never anything but a back door to a government controlled single payer heathcare system. Be careful what you wish for! Meanwhile, a nationalized single payer healthcare system is being marketed by Democrats as a human right and voters are buying it. According to nearly every poll, Americans want the government to nationalize the healthcare system into a single payer system.