Court Documents Reveal Palin’s Grandson Uses Socialized Medicine

From The Raw Story:

For someone who once generated a national hysteria by claiming socialized medicine would bring about government-run “death panels” that would kill the elderly and children with mental defects, Sarah Palin seems remarkably calm, what with her grandson now facing the very same allegedly tyrannical construct, that is.Yes, that’s right: Sarah Palin, Alaska’s former governor and a millionaire thanks to sales of her book, has a grandson whose health care is paid for by the federal government, according to newly released court documents.

The revelation was made in court documents filed Feb. 16, relating to the child support battle between Bristol Palin and Levi Jonson, available here [PDF link] courtesy of E! Online.

“The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front of Obama’s ‘death panel’ so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their ‘level of productivity in society,’ whether they are worthy of health care,” Palin wrote on her Facebook page in mid-August. “Such a system is downright evil.”

[Read more at The Raw Story]

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  • http://www.xenex.org/ xen

    I think Sarah Palin's continues existence more than proves that the government is not in the business of exterminating people simply because of they produce nothing that contributes to society. Palin is famous only because the Republicans did not want one of their own dealing with the mess Bush had wrought and needed to sink McCain's candidacy so that they could win in 2012 or 2016 and talk about what a mess the Democrats had made of this country. Like all mad scientists, they didn't anticipate the monster they had created.

  • Lance B

    I think ..but very seriously..that Sarah Palin is a moron at the highest degree.

  • Lance B

    I think ..but very seriously..that Sarah Palin is a moron at the highest degree.

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