Friday, September 04, 2009

Politics USA: School kids targetted by Obama when term begins

Max Fisher is an hysteric over at The Atlantic mag, which long ago saw its best days.

He's trying to frame the narrative of events regarding the public furore in advance of Obomb's telecast on the opening of school, targetting school kids. Or, as the fishing Fissure misconceives the matter, "How Obama's School Speech became 'Propaganda'." But Fisher is the cleverest propagandist of them all, it turns out. Obama and his Department of Ed came up with hideous egomaniacal messianic Prez-as-Icon for kids who don't know who he is. The progeram has the help of zealots supplying lessons plan.

Of course Obama's targetting of schoolkids is suspect. His approach is vastly different from Presidents past who telecast in classrooms fullup with kids; some predecessor may even have been h+l+ting an ed policy. It's clear this Prez is trying to organize another demographic of his vast community organizing project. For the little ones, the plan is obviously to render the Obomb an icon and them his devotees.

I doubt he will be telling them of all the debt he's added to their shoulders. I doubt he's going to tell them about his medical/actuarial advisors who discount life, human life, kids' lives especially, up until they are an economic advantage to society. Which means diasbled kids are a total drag. It's part of Dr Emanuel's analysis that kids and oldsters are a drag on society, economy, medical costs.

Newt Gingrich had a few choice words recently:

The British single-payer bureaucrats arrived at the price of an additional year of life in the same way they decide how much health care all British people will get, through a formula called “quality-adjusted life years.”

That means that if you’re sick in Great Britain, government bureaucrats literally decide if your life is worth living and, if so, how much longer and at what cost.

If it’s more than $45,000, you’re out of luck.

White House Advocate for

Allocating Health Care Based on Perceived Societal Worth

In the highest levels of the Obama Administration there is a theory of how to ration health care that is troublingly reminiscent of the British system of “quality-adjusted life years.”

Dr. Ezekial Emanuel is a key health care advisor to President Obama and the brother of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. Earlier this year, Dr. Emanuel wrote an article that advocated what he called “the complete lives system” as a method for rationing health care. ...

The system advocated by Dr. Emanuel would allocate health care based on the government’s perception of the societal worth of the patients. Accordingly, the very young and the very old would receive less care since the former have received less societal investment and the latter have less left to contribute.
The atheist viewpoint, Darwinist to the core, of Zeke Emanuel is quoted by Newt Gingrich in Human Events.

Will Obama tell the schoolkids on TV about his boy, Zeke, having a differential mind for them regarding their healthcare now and, for those who live to a ripe old age, into the far future.

-- Politcarp

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