In other news that, for some strange reason, never became news until after November 6th, we just learn that Obama DeathCare might just crash from a lack of doctors:
The United States will require at least 52,000 more family doctors in the year 2025 to keep up with the growing and increasingly older U.S. population, a new study found.
The predictions also reflect the passage of the Affordable Care Act — a change that will expand health insurance coverage to an additional 38 million Americans.
So? Barack Hussein Chavez OBlightBringer has assured us, as has the EneMedia right up until after the election, that this is in no way a problem, all reports of present doctors resigning or stating that they intend to resign if OgabeCare stands notwithstanding. What’s the problem, all of a sudden?
In a 2008 census by the AAMC and the American Medical Association, researchers found that the number of medical graduates choosing a career in family medicine dropped from 5,746 in 2002 to 4,210 in 2007 — a drop of nearly 27 percent.
“It’s pretty tough to convince medical students to go into primary care,” said Dr. Lee Green, chair of Family Medicine at the University of Alberta, who was not involved with the study.
Green added that he believes this is because currently primary care specialties are not well paid, well treated or respected as compared to subspecialists.
Ooooh, so that’s it? Family doctors just can’t get no respect, and this only became a relevant factor after OgabeCare because, for some reason, family doctors were wildly respected before it but its passage made people spit on them in the streets? Odd, that. Somehow that sounds like the most impressively inane non sequitur ever spewed out by the EneMedia, and that’s saying quite a lot.
But we must believe it, because the EneMedia says its so, so all of you reactionaries, you bitter clingers and Visigoth non-”pragmatists” out there might as well shut the fuck up about how it might, just might have to do with the BlightBringer’s Magnum Opus cutting half a trillion dollars in payments from Medicare, a substantial amount of which goes to, you guessed it, primary care physicians.
“If you like your doctor, you can keep him!” (As long as he isn’t too hung up on getting paid for his services, the counter-revolutionary kulak reactionary capitalist running dog lackey).
Yeah. We told you that too because, and we’re going to keep harping on it until you fucking fools puke on it, we grew up under a system that made the exact same fucking mistakes. And we kept trying to tell you fuckheaded fucknuggets retards about it, but you just didn’t fucking care, did you? What the fuck did WE know? We only grew up under it, we even fucking worked INSIDE of that system, and how does that even compare to the infinite wisdom that you learned from your socialist swine teachers and socialist swine media?
Because you, and you alone, know how to make something work that has never, ever, not one solitary ONCE worked anywhere on the planet the nine hundred and umpty-leven times it has been tried.
Because you’re so fucking smaaaaaart. Yeah, that and a few tens of thousands of dollars is going to buy some halfway competent and timely treatment in a private clinic somewhere you can’t afford to travel to.
Enjoy your self-inflicted terminal (due to lack of simple treatment if it had been provided in a timely fashion) cancers, dumbasses.
Ear Leader doesn’t give a shit. He doesn’t need you anymore, now that you’ve handed him his second term.
And I don’t give a shit either, because you could have avoided all of this if only you morons would have listened to those of us who already KNEW.
Fuck off and die and take your terminal stupidity with you.
The rest of us have work to do to clean up the fucking mess you’ve made, you spoiled, whining, arrogant, self-entitled parasites.