Wow. It's been a over year since I wrote in here. I am proud to say that I did not vote for Obama. I didn't vote for Obama because I looked at what he said, and compared it to what he did while in Illinois politics. I looked at his character, not the public persona he wants you to believe. I looked at who he hung around with and their beliefs. I knew he wasn't qualified for the office of President.
yes, you're correct. However, it is a censuring of a "right" in that if I go to a doctor and receive treatment and don't like the treatment...I should by the inherent right of our freedoms be able to post my opinion about it. This is lame. I'm so tired of hearing/reading about crap like this, it just frustrates me. How dare I voice a negative opinion about some stupid doctor's office? Please. There outta be a law....:D
Before you encourage Obama to take a away more of our dwindling rights, there is a democratic free market way this will get resolved--possibly. All it takes is some doctor to mess up, twice, and the second patient, or their family, sues the doctor and the associated medical institution involved for the mistake and not allowing the first patient, who had the same mistake, from posting about the problem. That could cause them to remove the clause. Basically, you make it more expensive for them to keep it in than to remove the clause.
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