"you're probably going to die."<quoted text>
If you don't have a problem with a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute whose purpose is to carry out “comparative clinical effectiveness research,” defined in the law as evaluating and comparing “health outcomes” and “clinical effectiveness, risks and benefits” of two or more medical treatments or services...you're just waving your sign.
Doesn't matter what nickname someone gave it.
If you don't meet the criteria of receiving medical services or treatment based on "clinical effectiveness, risks and benefits", you're probably going to die.
... unless you're willing to pay for those services yourself. That's the bit that eludes y'all. Yes, I'm fine with the government putting limits on how much money you can take out of my pocket to pay for your medical services; actuaries for my private medical insurance have always done the same.
Bottom line is y'all just think the government has or should have an endless supply of wealth when it comes to your own welfare.