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sui generis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-16-10 11:10 AM
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163. I tend to agree with T-Lad
We're starting to exhibit symptoms of Stockholm syndrome.

I can't really get angry, but every time Obama does something sorta right his ardent supporters are dazzled by it as if it were the BEST possible thing he could have done.

It's a token action - the offensive part to me is that the defense of our lives isn't even worthy of a law or an executive order in hospitals, nor in the military.

Our lives are not discretionary, and the treatment of our lives should not be discretionary.

Having said all that the BEST protection for visiting your partner in the hospital is to be explicitly listed on the admission form as next of kin. If I were layed up in the hospital with my leg all broke in three place from shoving it up some republican's ass in a hurry, and I said my partner was going to visit and they said no, I'd probably have to go into surgery to have my other leg extracted from the hospital administrator's ass, shortly before transferring to a different hospital

FORTUNATELY, in Dallas county there are no hospitals that deny visitation and only an idiot doctor would even think of preventing one's support group from providing holistic recovery support.

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