"Sitting in an emergeny room a few years ago ...."<quoted text>
Thank you for that confirmation.
I used to think all doctors walked just a little below water.
After listening to them dictate for 14 years, I'm convinced half of them can't even get through the door to see a patient because their heads are too big or can't find the door. Some of them struggle to form a coherent sentence.
Also, having been in a hospital a few times, I'm even more convinced the medical profession as a whole is running on apathy and inefficiency.
Sitting in an emergeny room a few years ago for a very long time with only five or six other patients waiting along with me, I assumed the medical staff in the OR were either swamped or understaffed.
When I was finally called back in, there was a covey of nurses standing in a little group like they were having a coffee clutch and the place looked like a ghost town.
By the time a nurse came in to see me, I was so infuriated, I said nevermind, ya'll are much too busy. And left.
But not before I stopped and pointed to the group of nurses to my husband who knew I wasn't pointing in admiration.
The stories I could tell would take up too much time...but let's just say I've become quite jaded toward the medical profession with only few exceptions.
Republican President said poor have medical care... they can go to the emergency room.
Republican solutions often do not favor the Middle Class.
Thus the defeat of the Republicans in November.