Dr. Galt Won't See You Now
After the recent passing of ObamaCare, a Florida urologist taped a sign to the door of his practice that read: "If you voted for Obama, seek urologic care elsewhere. Changes to your health care begin right now, not in four years."
For anyone who believes that the fighting spirit of this country is a thing of the past, that everyone has slipped into complacent acceptance of an administration of thugs, Dr. Jack Cassell wants you to know that that’s not true.
After the recent passing of ObamaCare, the Florida urologist taped a sign to the door of his practice that read: “If you voted for Obama, seek urologic care elsewhere. Changes to your health care begin right now, not in four years.”
Cassell will not refuse to treat patients, he just suggests that Obama voters go elsewhere. He also notes that ObamaCare poses far more of a danger to his patients than his sign.
Somehow, though, this quiet but meaningful act of protest has earned Dr. Cassell the label of “racist” by the certifiable Democrat Congressman Alan Grayson. Grayson, who is Cassell’s “representative” in Washington, recently emerged from relative obscurity to announce that Republicans “want sick Americans to die,” before slithering back under the rock from which he came. Now he has reappeared, this time to try and intimidate those who are standing up for their right to live and work free from government oppression. Grayson is even bringing a suit against the doctor, clearly a message to other physicians who are thinking about opposing our “Dear Leader.”
But Cassell refuses to be bullied. ObamaCare, he said, “fatally compromises my ability or any doctor’s ability to uphold the Hippocratic Oath” and that he “can’t believe that more people aren’t standing up.”
Maybe now they will.