March 13, 2010

Steve Doocy and his cohorts at Fox & Friends make Ed Schultz's Psycho Talk segment for this -- Doocy: ‘Makes sense’ to give people same care as dogs:

Fox & Friends on Friday may have finally offered up the alternative to "ObamaCare" that Republicans and other health reform opponents haven't stepped up with.

The solution? Treat patients as if they were pets.

To be fair, it wasn't the Fox show hosts' idea. It came from a Newsweek article by veterinary oncologist Karen Oberthaler, who offers an idea for reducing health care costs. She says modeling treatment for humans after veterinary clinics could reduce the use of wasteful and often unnecessary tests.

"A very brilliant veterinary oncologist has a suggestion. She says we should treat people like they treat their dogs," guest host Dari Alexander said.

"Which makes a lot of sense," host Steve Doocy responded, to a few guffaws from his co-hosts.

Read on...

And as Ed noted, they moved on to death panels from there. Heaven forbid anyone on Fox would ever pass up another opportunity to scare the hell out of their viewers.

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