Under the current system, private entities of which you have limited control and influence with, called insurance companies, often make the decisions regarding standard of care. Under Obama-care, this relationship continues, more or less, maybe tweaked a little, but essentially the same.<quoted text>
1. Organ waiting lists exist in today's system (without Obamacare) and base decisions on various factors such as age and overall health of the patient. The thinking is based on who will be most likely to survive after the transplant.
2. In a free market system, only one criteria will be used to decide who will receive organs and who won't - whoever has the most money.
Thanks, but I'll stick with the current system. Seems more fair and rational to me.
The concern about death panels is misdirected. Its already here. Why tea party people cant see that is beyond me.