Glenn and Dr. David Janda discuss the terrifying implications of Obamacare

On Monday’s episode of “Glenn Beck”, Glenn was joined by Dr. David Janda for an in-depth discussion of the healthcare system and whether or not Obamacare would lead to rationing care and so-called “death panels”. Watch parts 1 and 2 of their discussion below.

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  • landofaahs

    Unless no person is denied any treatment at any age under any circumstance, then there is a death panel. Even predetermined policies set to deny care under certain procedures under certain circumstances had to be decided by a panel. A rose by any other name is still a rose.

  • http://youtu.be/ff8jDkOHp3U Sam Fisher

    This is an evil bill and anyone that supports it is ether evil or moronic. This will not only hurt the poor now this is the same poor that this was supposedly made for but it will hurt seniors as well. Obama’s tax will not only take 200 a month from grandma but take money from poor people who get Medicare from the government. We must stop the death panels and stop this unjust and unconstitutional law must be repealed. It is treasonous at best or at worst the end of the United States.

  • Adam C

    From my experiences, travelling, talking with doctors from other countries, and the statistics and financial side of things, the US has arguably the least cost effective healthcare in the world currently.  The population is rife with obesity and has some of the worst health too.

    Now unless this bill addresses the main drivers of high healthcare costs, it is nothing other than a trojan horse for more government control.  Lowering the cost of healthcare would mean rationing isn’t required, there would be plenty for all.  Now lowering cost doesn’t have to mean cheapening, it should be aimed at improving efficiency.

    An example of this would be Crohn’s disease.  Dozens of peer reviewed medical journal studies have shown this disease is in fact caused by Mycobacteria Ssp Paratuberculosis.  Eliminate the infection, and the patient gets well.

    Current US medical treatments and research is focused on expensive pharmaceuticals ($4000+/month) that aim to reduce the inflammation and symptoms of this chronic infection.  The patients is strung along until they die, with chronic disease, costing the medical system millions in their lifetime.

    Just cure the infection, the patient gets well.  Big pharmaceutical companies don’t want this, they want you sick, for life, turning people into steady cash-flow.

    This incentivizing ‘treatments’ over cures is what is inflating healthcare costs.
    Diet is another important factor.  The government/FDA should be doing its job and banning harmful food additives or unsafe products.  Dietary decisions should ultimately be an individuals choice.

  • http://www.facebook.com/LaserGuidedLoogie Laser Guided Loogie

    Socialism always leads to rationing.  Everyone knows this.  That’s how anyone who was paying attention and who wasn’t in the pocket of Obama knew it was going to happen.

    The real interesting thing about his interview however is what Dr. Janda didn’t say, but implied.

    You see, if we are going to start giving kidneys from the youngest to the youngest, then guess what happens when all those illegal aliens keep coming in? 

    They are typically younger than the average American. So we will have a circumstance where Americans are essentially being denied lifesaving transplants, because they are older, and instead it will be given to younger foreigners who shouldn’t even be here.

    If you think I’m kidding, consider the case Jorge Mariscal, an illegal immigrant who RECEIVED A KIDNEY LAST MONTH at Loyola Medical center.

    Like Glenn Beck says, it’s already happening.

    Americans are becoming the slaves of the world.

    -Ken
    Laser Guided Loogie

  • marie joy

    Curing the patient is not the intent.

    The intent is to support big business and, as much as possible, advance the objectives of Agenda 21.