I wasn't responding to Fletch's post I was pointing out that the argument you presented was fallacious.<quoted text>
OK. Since you are obviously in denial, here is the post I responded to and that started this discussion:
"fetch almighty"<quoted text>If medicaid patients do not take their prescribed pharma they are reported to the medicaid office and will be dropped from the medicaid rolls. Why is it constitutional to force pharma on the masses. They are conducting blood and urine tests to make sure medicaid patients are taking their prescribed pharma. If not... POOF.... they are thrown out of the system. Dirty little secret you liberals don't like to know."
Notice, there was NOTHING in that post about "doctors" dropping patients. Your rants to the contrary were just pure insanity. Get help.
Just because a patient has the right to be non-complaint-your fallacious argument- does not absolve the patient from consequences-my point.
Let's try this. Tell us how a patient having the right to be non-complaint could be used to protest -let's say a doctor dismissing them- successfully.