Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Lets get rid of all the good doctors

A Kentucky M.D. named Stephen Kiteck is shutting down his medical practice and citing Obamacare as the reason.

Dr. Kiteck published an ad in the local paper saying his office will close Dec. 31, 2013 because of Obamacare. He invites his patients to drop by prior to that date to pick their charts.

They said it wouldn't happen…..wrong again.

Read more here 

I don't think there is such a thing as a "good" doctor, but now the best of them are going to get out while the gettins good.  These assholes claimed to be in it to heal, and are treated like royalty in our communities and all they are is murdering parasites who kill their host and move on to the next.  

I don't know who's worse anymore teachers who sold out, MSM talking heads, or these MD hit men.

2 comments:

john dicarlo said...

I don't think there is such a thing as a "good" doctor, but now the best of them are going to get out while the gettins good. These assholes claimed to be in it to heal, and are treated like royalty in our communities and all they are is murdering parasites who kill their host and move on to the next.

I don't know who's worse anymore teachers who sold out, MSM talking heads, or these MD hit men.



Exactly right. Like just about every other group in our White created, but now, judaized society, the only consideration is money and their social status. Doctors are trained under the auspices of the jew AMA and they could care less about the health of their patients. All they care about is draining their wealth and then getting rid of them.

wanda said...

I think it is respectable. To continue on under Obama Care is to provide the standard of care and that is dictated by pharmaceutical companies. AND... that is homicidal now... if you're old... you have to die... if you're overweight... you have to die. I have seen this in the real world... i personally know lots of people this system is harming and killing.

Doctors are not allowed to be doctors anymore... they cannot deviate from the standard of care.