Yes, I said (using a source article as a reference) that the AMA represents one-fourth of the nation's doctors. Psssst! That means that the AMA does not represent a majority of the doctors!<quoted text>Lets try this again since you're quite inept at reading comprehension, math & keeping up with the stupidity that you spew from that hole in your face. You said "Psssst! The American Medical Association (AMA) is on record as supporting the "Affordable Healthcare Act." Do you have any idea who those guys are?
(Oh, MY! The AMA "only" represents one-fourth of the nation's doctors! ROFL! I suppose that you do not happen to know any of THOSE doctors, huh?)"
Fact-Only 20% of American Drs belong to the AMA.
20% is hardly a majority!
Understand now that I've spoon fed it to you stupid?'
You chime in with "only 20% of American Drs belong to the AMA," and then say "20% is hardly a majority." For your information, "one-fourth" is not a majority either. Fact: I never said that the AMA represents a majority of American Drs.(That misconception must have sprouted somewhere within your brain.)
Let's see your reference for "20%." ROFL! Here is the statement from the article I used as a reference: "The problem is that, unbeknownst to the public and the press, the AMA represents only about one fourth of the nation’s doctors." The source is a Forbes magazine article of 10/11/2012:
The ball is now in YOUR court, "WhistleBritches"! ROFL!(Don't forget to ask your 5th grader how to get to the article on the Internet! And, speaking of "spoon-feeding," you better get back on your rounds.)