Making The Affordable Care Act more Affordable: Obama architect says we shouldn't live beyond 75

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Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel



No mention of his interest as chief architect of Obamacare

author-imageby JEROME R. CORSI
NEW YORK – Missing in The Atlantic magazine’s recent presentation of Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel’s column declaring his desire to die at age 75 is the fact that he is a chief architect of Obamacare, with a vested interest in curbing life expectancy in a system of limited resources that forces moral decisions concerning who will receive health care and who will not…

Sound of screeching brakes!!!!
In case you didn’t connect the dots, this doctor (Rahm Emanuel’s brother) is an author of ObamaCare and wants us to DIE AT 75!!!!!!!!

This article is filled with references to the abuse Sarah Palin received for warning us about Death Panels. It demonstrates the DoubleSpeak of the Obama administration, and its reliance on euphemistic names to cover up its true intentions. 
But for me, one of the most chilling parts of the article is the happy-gram Dr. Emanuel used to illustrate his reason for ridding society of those who have exhausted their usefulness. Take a look, and see what I mean. 

…Emanuel paints a dismal picture of the elderly, writing: “Even if we aren’t demented, our mental functioning deteriorates as we grow older. Age-associated declines in mental-processing speed, working and long-term memory, and problem-solving are well established. Conversely, distractibility increases. We cannot focus and stay with a project as well as we could when we were young. As we move slower with age, we also think slower.”
By age 75, Emanuel figures that “creativity, originality, and productivity are pretty much gone for the vast, vast majority of us.”
He produced the following chart to make his point:

So listen up, all you older types. The president and his “men” want you to do the right thing, and die at 75. And whatever you do, DON’T VOTE.
~ TD

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0 responses to “Making The Affordable Care Act more Affordable: Obama architect says we shouldn't live beyond 75

  1. This is so demented–it’s incredible. Let’s see if I have this right . . . if you’re a good little comrade and are healthy in your youth–you’re going to make an excellent worker bee. Once your “worker bee” years are over–get the hell out of the way and just drop dead! You’re of no earthly use anymore. So, the whole sum of our life is being a “productive worker for the common good.” If that were true, what’s the use in living in the first place? I am so gad that ultimately God is in charge of things, and to each will be apportioned according to His justice.

  2. Disgraceful! And I question his science. In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill revealed that most people become more productive and intelligent after the age of forty. Of course, if someone has been voting Dem all those years then it makes sense that their brain would deteriorate.
    Good post, TD!

  3. Nothing screams communism like telling people when to die and rating their productivity. I have seen some 80 year olds pretty darn astute.
    The guy is into eugenics and an idiot to boot. If he wants to die at 75, go for it, I would rather it he much sooner.
    His books are a real thrill to read. Not.

  4. The Emanuel brothers, Ezekiel and Rahm, are duo hounds from Hell.

  5. Let us remember that there are, at it’s simplest form, two kinds of productiviy. One is producing to lay up treasures on this earth and the other is “producing” to lay up treasures in heaven. This man has obviously missed the mark in both cases and has no idea what it means to lay up treasures in heaven, which can be done beyond the grave. My father-in-law was a missionary in Honduras, where at one time, as he was preaching the gospel, had been stoned by two Hondurans. He later passed away(not from this stoning) while on the mission field and at his funeral those same two Hondurans came to know Christ as their savior. That is “productivity” beyond the grave.

  6. Yeah, I think these brothers should take their own advice. On the other hand, I’m 80 years old and still reading and writing, having fun with my kids and grandkids, etc. I also thank God with all my heart that I’m still able to do these things. My hackles go haywire when I read these pundits. Some of my most productive activities were AFTER I turned 60, AFTER my kids were raised, AFTER I retired (at 67), etc., etc., etc. These Know-Nothings just want to throw us away! Wow, better quit before I say something to embarrass my sons and grandchildren!
    PS – a HUGE thanks for this post, too! I love you people – you keep my brain cells hopping!!

  7. Demented as he is he should have been gone many years ago.Yea I know,suppose the love the Heathen also.

  8. No wonder the Social Security Administration bought all that hollow-point ammo…

  9. Reblogged this on Ace News Desk 2014 and commented:

  10. Wonder if he’ll off himself when he hits 75? Somehow I doubt it…

    • My question, too, DCG. I agree that he’ll likely have an epiphany just before age 75. Then again, the epiphany will be for himself, and the “beneficial” elite, but not for all of us in the great unwashed masses.

  11. Just read Ezekiel Emanuel’s essay on The Atlantic. He says when he reaches 75, he’s not going to engage in euthanasia or suicide:
    “I won’t actively end my life. But I won’t try to prolong it, either…. At 75 and beyond, I will need a good reason to even visit the doctor and take any medical test or treatment, no matter how routine and painless. And that good reason is not “It will prolong your life.” I will stop getting any regular preventive tests, screenings, or interventions. I will accept only palliative—not curative—treatments if I am suffering pain or other disability.This means colonoscopies and other cancer-screening tests are out—and before 75. If I were diagnosed with cancer now, at 57, I would probably be treated, unless the prognosis was very poor. But 65 will be my last colonoscopy. No screening for prostate cancer at any age…. After 75, if I develop cancer, I will refuse treatment. Similarly, no cardiac stress test. No pacemaker and certainly no implantable defibrillator. No heart-valve replacement or bypass surgery. If I develop emphysema or some similar disease that involves frequent exacerbations that would, normally, land me in the hospital, I will accept treatment to ameliorate the discomfort caused by the feeling of suffocation, but will refuse to be hauled off. What about simple stuff? Flu shots are out…. no to antibiotics. Obviously, a do-not-resuscitate order and a complete advance directive indicating no ventilators, dialysis, surgery, antibiotics, or any other medication—nothing except palliative care even if I am conscious but not mentally competent—have been written and recorded. In short, no life-sustaining interventions. I will die when whatever comes first takes me.”
    It’ll be interesting if Ezekiel keeps his promises.


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