Seems like that is the biggest lie the Libs like to bring up when talking about all of the Republican lies related to UHC … correct me if I’m wrong, please.
My recollection is that it took off last fall when all of the congresscritters had townhalls back in their district. At the time there were all kinds of plans running thru the various committees and that at least one of them “required” end of life counselling.
Is the “required” part wrong? While admittedly far short of a Death Panel in the classic sense … why require that unless you’d want to achieve something close to it.
Unfortunately, for them, many of the congresscritters had no idea what was in the bills … see what happens when you don’t control the attendees and questions at a townhall. If it wasn’t required, one little option among so many drafts could easily have been defended.
Have any of the evil Republicans ever defined Death Panel and said that it is (at the time) or was in the plans.
I will admit that a friend of mine told me his parents thought there really would be Death Panels. No doubt it was an effective tactic … which is why the Libs are so outraged.
FWIW, I wish that neither side did those kinds of things.