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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Axis of evil, Bushism, Homeland security, Evil empire, Homeland defense, Christianism, Death panel, Bradley effect, Red states and blue states, Santorum, Mama grizzly, Infamy Speech, Soccer mom, Series of tubes, Bush Derangeme Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Axis of evil, Bushism, Homeland security, Evil empire, Homeland defense, Christianism, Death panel, Bradley effect, Red states and blue states, Santorum, Mama grizzly, Infamy Speech, Soccer mom, Series of tubes, Bush Derangement Syndrome, Old Europe, AfPak, Freedom fries, Ownership society, Oprahization, Outposts of tyranny, Sister Souljah moment, Credibility gap, Purple America, Red counties and blue counties, Potomac two-step, Clintonism, Normalcy. Excerpt: "Death panel" is a political term coined by former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin in August 2009 on her Facebook page. She said that the health care legislation then being debated in the House of Representatives would require Americans such as her parents or her child with Down syndrome, "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." However, there was "no panel in any version of the health care bills" that judged "a person's 'level of productivity in society' to determine whether they are 'worthy' of health care." The trigger for the "death panel" claim was a provision in the House of Representatives Bill 3200 (2009) that would have reimbursed physicians for counseling Medicare patients about living wills, advance directives and other end-of-life issues. Politically, the phrase was used to rally opposition to the Obama administration health care reform, with conservatives using the charge at boisterous August town hall meetings. The uproar that the phrase produced was described by TIME Magazine and The Washington Post as almost taking down President Obama's health care reform. PolitiFact.com called "death panels" the "Lie of the Year." FactCheck.org referred to it as one of their "whoppers" of 2009, and the American D...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Axis of evil, Bushism, Homeland security, Evil empire, Homeland defense, Christianism, Death panel, Bradley effect, Red states and blue states, Santorum, Mama grizzly, Infamy Speech, Soccer mom, Series of tubes, Bush Derangeme Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Axis of evil, Bushism, Homeland security, Evil empire, Homeland defense, Christianism, Death panel, Bradley effect, Red states and blue states, Santorum, Mama grizzly, Infamy Speech, Soccer mom, Series of tubes, Bush Derangement Syndrome, Old Europe, AfPak, Freedom fries, Ownership society, Oprahization, Outposts of tyranny, Sister Souljah moment, Credibility gap, Purple America, Red counties and blue counties, Potomac two-step, Clintonism, Normalcy. Excerpt: "Death panel" is a political term coined by former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin in August 2009 on her Facebook page. She said that the health care legislation then being debated in the House of Representatives would require Americans such as her parents or her child with Down syndrome, "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." However, there was "no panel in any version of the health care bills" that judged "a person's 'level of productivity in society' to determine whether they are 'worthy' of health care." The trigger for the "death panel" claim was a provision in the House of Representatives Bill 3200 (2009) that would have reimbursed physicians for counseling Medicare patients about living wills, advance directives and other end-of-life issues. Politically, the phrase was used to rally opposition to the Obama administration health care reform, with conservatives using the charge at boisterous August town hall meetings. The uproar that the phrase produced was described by TIME Magazine and The Washington Post as almost taking down President Obama's health care reform. PolitiFact.com called "death panels" the "Lie of the Year." FactCheck.org referred to it as one of their "whoppers" of 2009, and the American D...

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