Arizona cuts financing for transplant patients

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Yes, human life in America really does come with a price tag. If you are on state funded medicaid, you will be denied a life saving transplant operation because you cannot afford to pay for it on your own.

Oh those lovely Republican politicians. Death panels anyone??

meljomur's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm


Keith Olbermann has been a great champion on this issue, focusing a lot on the people actually being affected by what's in essense, actual "death panels". Also Governor Jan Brewer was confronted by a journalist concerning this, a British one if I recall.

At least as a Republican she's not limiting her contempt for humanity to just one issue (the other being the racist Arizona law).

RyanClark's picture
Jun. 2, 2010 12:22 am

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