Tell me again how death panels are an impossibility.
Better yet, tell Hazel Fenton, who nearly died at the hands of the Magical Space Unicorn universal health care system that the British have, and the Left wants us to have.
AN 80-year-old grandmother who doctors identified as terminally ill and left to starve to death has recovered after her outraged daughter intervened.
Hazel Fenton, from East Sussex, is alive nine months after medics ruled she had only days to live, withdrew her antibiotics and denied her artificial feeding. The former school matron had been placed on a controversial care plan intended to ease the last days of dying patients.
Doctors say Fenton is an example of patients who have been condemned to death on the Liverpool care pathway plan. They argue that while it is suitable for patients who do have only days to live, it is being used more widely in the NHS, denying treatment to elderly patients who are not dying.
Gee, you think?
Via Gateway Pundit.
PS: Word of advice to our esteemed colleagues on the Left: should your side happen to eliminate private insurance plans in this country after all, do yourself a favor and have children.
Children who like you.