Obamacare Seeks to Segregate Patients, Doctors by Race

Katie McHugh, Daily Caller, October 20, 2013

If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor under Obamacare—if you both belong to the same race.

Obamacare’s spectacular flop of a rollout distracts from its crude calculus that encourages the allocation of healthcare resources along racial lines and a doctor-patient system splintered into ethnicities.

While the 2010 Patient Protecion and Affordable Care Act’s language on diversity sounds innocuous, a review of the frankly separatist thinking of the law’s ardent supporters indicates Obamacare is aiming for a health care system that puts political correctness above the struggle against illness and death.

A 2009 report by the Center for American Progress (CAP) examining the House and Senate bill eventually signed by President Barack Obama advocates pairing patients and doctors of the same race, a goal toward which the law channels taxpayer dollars.

“Research suggests that health care providers’ diagnostic and treatment decisions, as well as their feelings about patients, are influenced by patients’ race or ethnicity,” the CAP report reads. “Several studies have shown that racial concordance is substantially and positively related to patient satisfaction.”

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“There is… evidence that race concordance—defined as shared racial or ethnic identities between clinicians and patients—is related to patient reports of satisfaction, participatory decision making, timeliness of treatment, and trust in the health system,” the report reads. In other words, fixing the broken U.S. healthcare system means assigning Hispanic doctors to Hispanic patients, African American doctors to African American patients, Creole doctors to Creole patients, and so on.

To accomplish this, the CAP report explains, Obamacare pours taxpayer dollars into affirmative-action candidates whose judgment will lead them to make life-or-death decisions. Ultimately, these taxpayer-funded grants would provide scholarships and loan forgiveness for minorities so they could provide healthcare services exclusively to their own race or ethnicity.

Obamacare, the report reads, “provides scholarships and loan repayment support for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds serving in the health professions, and it grants funding for the Health Careers Opportunities Program, which supports schools that recruit and train individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds to work in the health professions. The bill also establishes a grant program at HRSA to promote health care professionals’ cultural and linguistic competence.”

A 2010 report [pdf] from Families USA’s Minority Health Initiatives offers similar language. The report applauds the Affordable Care Act for providing health care materials that are “culturally and linguistically appropriate.” Families USA adds, “The legislation also provides grants for training health care providers in culturally appropriate care and services.”

Grants are indeed handed out on a racial or ethnic basis. For example, Subtitle D, Sec. 756 of the Affordable Care Act lists eligibility requirements for mental health grants that demand universities and colleges recruit and “understand the concerns” of minority students, that programs offered to those students must emphasize “cultural or linguistic competency”—and the institutions must provide the HHS Secretary racial data on its student body, under threat of not only losing its grants, but being forced to repay them to the government.

Obamacare also re-authorizes The Office of Minority Health, whose secretary will hand out grants, government contracts and other taxpayer-funded favors to “eliminate racial and ethnic disparities.”

Other sections of the Affordable Care Act also go beyond standard diversity boilerplate to describe a more prescriptive approach to ethnicity in health care. In one section, Obamacare outlines the relationship between HHS and the CDC, awarding grants to healthcare agencies to “promote positive health behaviors and outcomes for populations in medically underserved communities through the use of community health workers.”

The law also includes this line:

“The Secretary shall encourage community health worker programs receiving funding under this section to implement a process or outcome-based payment system that rewards community health center workers for connecting underserved populations with the most appropriate services at the most appropriate time.”

That same section of the law also provide grants to “identify, educate, refer, and enroll underserved populations to appropriate healthcare agencies.”

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  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

    I don’t know how this will play out, but I know as a doctor that people will have to be sorted out due to language groups! It’s already a big problem in many places around the country, and I mean hospitals and clinics.

    • Jesse James

      I was kind of irritated to hear Obama mention in a recent speech that his healthcare hotlines are open 24 hours and you can get help in something like 150 languages. Really? I can see a few major languages but why are we letting so many foreign language only speaking immigrants in and providing them with health care. I thought you had to speak English to get your citizenship.

      • Jefferson

        Damn 150 languages, they must be including a lot of African tribal languages in there like Yoruba for example.

        • Jesse_from_Sweden

          Wonder if those 150 languages include such as swedish, finnish, hungarian, icelandic etc….

          Probably not.

        • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

          moved

      • Alexandra1973

        Dial 149 for English!

        • Luca

          Operator: Dial 7-11 (seven -eleven) for ebonics.

          LaQueesha: I can’t, they ain’t no damn eleven on my phone.

          • Katherine McChesney

            LOL.

      • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

        There never has been or is there now, an official language for the U.S.
        Translators have always been used. English was taught in the days of
        Ellis Island, enough so that the immigrants could get a start and say
        the oath, etc. My mother’s parents was from one of those groups and
        they were very dedicated Americans, immediately.

        • Jesse James

          Don’t be disingenuous, without at least a shared language real community and nationhood is impossible. You can have people that speak multiple languages but there must be one that is used for trade, the courts, schools etc. The old Roman Empire ruled over many different peoples who spoke a multitude of languages but the use of latin as the de facto official language of the western empire and greek for the eastern empire was an important unifier. The idea that you an run a nation where 150 languages flourish is ridiculous.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            I wasn’t addressing a de faco language issue. My point is that there is no law that allows us to demand the use of English and save the expense of all the translation. Not trying to be the Roman Empire would be a big help. You’re chasing your tail.

          • Jesse James

            There is also, not to my knowledge, any law requiring that we do translate official business into multiple languages. Though no doubt there are probably federal and state level directives that have initiated and authorized the incredible expense of having translators available for such a wide range of languages. One of the great advantages for those that believe in the melting pot version of the proposition American nation is that generation of immigrants who came through Ellis Island 1) Were mostly Europeans – though many were from Southern and Eastern Europe. So there were at least some racial and cultural ties. 2) They came during a time where transit was by boat at considerable expense and they rarely would go home so they were committed to the USA in ways that many modern immigrants are not, and 3) They were from a very limited number of countries – Ellis Island never attempted to translate between 150 languages. So anecdotal evidence from your grandparents aside there is absolutely no comparison between the controlled immigration of the Ellis Island era and today.

    • Greg Thomas

      Are you taking new patients Whiteplight!

      • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

        I’m retired for seven years, thank goodness! But it was largely my disgust with the entire system that drove me to quit years early. The result was a loss of stress and headaches soon after. I’m far poorer, but feel so much better!

  • Except if you’re white…in which case, you don’t get a white doctor.

    • Jesse James

      and if you complain they will throw you out of the clinic and you won’t get a doctor at all. “Sir you may exercise that choice but I am required to inform you that your name will be moved immediately to the end of the waiting list.” When we are old and on our last legs the only version of hostel care we will get is a bottle of cheap alcohol and a warm ditch to curl up in.

      • Sloppo

        That’s why we need to send some of our children to med school.

        • DaveMed

          Absolutely. Not enough whites in my class.

    • Talltrees

      You are right. It’s more like Indians in the hospital setting, which I will not accept.

      • Mike Conrad

        Good luck. A medical error by an Indian doctor put me in the ER awhile back. And she was employed by the health services unit of one of our more august universities. The university paid for the life-saving ER care but told me to F.O. as far as lodging a complaint about the doctor. Protected Class I guess.

        Or they were making sure not to supply ammo for a lawsuit. Lucky them, I’m not the litigious type.

        • Talltrees

          I’d like to see research done on this. Just my experience, four life-threatening errors during one two-week stay made by Indians and one Black from Nigeria at a well-known university hospital on the SAME patient. I know Indian errors caused the death of one patient I knew. According to malpractice attorneys, it’s difficult and costly to prove. It’s also difficult locating a physician to testify against other physicians. Juries usually side with doctors, as they are held in such high esteem, they couldn’t have made errors. Hard to believe, but it’s true.
          Hospitals sterilize medical records post discharge so that quality organizations, Medicare, and lawyers won’t find errors. Medical malpractice lawyers only take the most obvious cases, i.e. removing the wrong kidney, etc., that can be proven. Meanwhile, errors continue with no way to fight back.
          Here’s a tip. About a hour or two before discharge, if you can, go to medical records and ask for everything, test results, procedures, physician, nursing notes, and all medications given. If you can’t go, have a family member do it. It’s after discharge, at least in this hospital, most everything is erased except lab tests and procedures.
          We do have the right to refuse treatment from certain physicians. Contact the ‘Patient Advocate’ department.

    • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

      I just had a visit (first time in my life) with a medical internist for some issues that need diagnosing/addressing. I was recommended to him by a doctor I trusted. I was told that he will be available in the “Obamacare” programs. I think the idea that you will get forced to see one or another doctor is rather exaggerated. But I have never approved of insurance companies operating “panel” provider lists, which only make attaining care more limited. They have no right to deny any qualified (educated, tested and licensed) physician or provider payment – period.

    • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

      As you wisely say, give them a little power and they’ll eventually salami-slice their way back to segregation.

      • Steven Bannister

        Exactly. White people shouldn’t complain about “segregated doctors” too much, I think it’s a great thing. The only people you’ll hear complaining about this are self-righteous idiots like Shaun Hannity and Bill O’Reilly who will yell at the Obama Administration for not being “colorblind.”

        I can just hear Bill O’Reilly right now: “Well, what if I WANT a black doctor? Why can’t I, Bill O’Reilly have a black doctor? Isn’t that racist?”

    • Steven Bannister

      That’s what I want to know: Who gets the white doctors? I have no problem with blacks getting black doctors as long as I get a white one!

  • Jesse James

    Does anyone else think this is a bit bizarre? I though everybody was supposed to be equal and interchangeable. I understand this is another way to transfer wealth to non-whites but doesn’t it also seem like something a segregated society would establish? Black doctors for blacks, white for whites, Hispanics for Hispanics. Hmm my first impulse is sounds good to me but it is the funding mechanisms that are the devil in the details. It would be easily possible to set up a system that could be used in a punitive fashion to punish a race by denying adequate or equal healthcare funding. It doesn’t seem that this would fit the general tenor of our present society where discrimination is reviled.

  • DaveMed

    Interesting proposition…

  • Racial concordance fosters White privilege, because White women prefer White gynecologists, which creates a disparate impact on black achievement.

    “We just can’t say we’ve transformed America until White women admit that it’s fundamentally unethical for them to chose White doctors when Diversity is available.”

    • Jesse James

      Geeze that sounds like an eerily accurate prediction.

    • fuzzypook

      As a woman I prefer a female gynecologist. I guess that means I’m sexist!

    • WASP

      I refuse to be examined by any Black doctor.

  • Funruffian

    I have never seen or heard of a Black dentist, brain surgeon in my life.

    • Jack Burton

      They would be sued out of existence.

    • So CAL Snowman

      I saw a black dentist on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” once, and of course the whole show revolved around Larry’s off the cuff remark about affirmative action.

    • sbuffalonative

      Google: Newyorkdailynews, Jackie Wisniewski, Dr. Timothy Jorden.

      Last summer in Buffalo, black Surgeon Timothy Jorden hunted down his white, ex-girlfriend at work and shot and killed her.

    • Talltrees

      Well…my mother was treated by a Black resident in the ER. He made the wrong diagnosis and sent her home. She was back in the next day and admitted.

    • Brian

      There’s a black dentist a mile from me. Never heard of a black brain surgeon.

    • Katherine McChesney

      There is a black dental clinic here in my town. And I’ve heard of unsterilized tools used and problems with dental diseases being spread. But, I did hear of one White woman who was pleased with their services.

      • Garrett Brown

        Ew…

    • mobilebay

      Black Brain Surgeon – Dr. Ben Carson – Pediatric Neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins – now retired I believe. He recently said on TV that after remarks against Obamacare, he was audited for the first time.
      Don’t know any black dentists.

  • dd121

    Ten more reasons to hate Obamacare. Just like everybody in congress, I didn’t read the bill either.

  • Anon

    Incredibly wishful thinking that makes it sound as if blacks will be the ones suffering from black incompetence and malpractice.

    The truth is VERY far from the above. The truth is Obamacare virtually eliminates future training of white people to be doctors and makes a clear requirement to all medical schools that, should they require NIH money (which 100% of them do), they can only have it if they graduate black doctors. In other words, not only admit them but pass them. If they fail, no money for you. So, of course, not only will all medical schools be, from now on, all black but will routinely graduate doctors who can’t even read….just like all other affirmative action college situations.

    Will it even matter. No. Long before any of these “doctors” are able to molest their first patients, the healthcare system will have collapsed.

    This should be interesting. I predict that most routine medical care will be attended to by people without medical degrees….illegally, for cash, off the books and with zero recourse liabilitywise. Going to your back alley doctor will be far preferable to your local illiterate negro with a degree. Medicine will be largely black market. Secondary care (specialists….cardiologists etc.) will only be for the very rich, who can afford to go overseas or hire the most expensive, most talented, most covert people without formal degrees. Tertiary care (hospitals) are already vanishing.

    Of course, there is a likely alternate outcome. Secession. Seeing a doctor in atzlan or se obamastan will be a very different experience than in the new republic of interior america.

    • cablegirls

      Reminds me of this one:

      Q: What do you call the med student who graduates dead last in his class?

      A: Doctor.

  • Nathanwartooth

    Best news ever!!!!

    The Blacks can have the Black doctors and I’ll take the White doctors. Win win? No, it’s win lose. But don’t you dare tell the Blacks!

    • Jack Burton

      Black nurses are bad enough, but black doctors?? Fagetaboutit! Seriously, malpractice is bad enough as it is and you want to then inject affirmative action appointees into it just for political purposes. I refuse to sacrifice my health and life to the false gods of racial equality.

      • I saw a black dermatologist (Brooke Jackson) once to look at a spot. She looked at it and said “It’ not cancer” then billed BCBS for a biopsy that never happened. Guess she thought I wouldn’t look at the billing statement to see she was raiding the cookie jar …..

        That was and will be my last black doctor experience ever. She was nothing more than a common thief.

        • CoweringCoward

          Yeah but she gots dat “doctrin paper”!

        • Katherine McChesney

          Did you report it to your insurance carrier that she didn’t perform the biopsy?

  • MekongDelta69

    This will apply to everybody except Whites.

  • Spartacus

    Why do I get the feeling this will only apply for minorities, and Whites will have to accept affirmative action doctors, or be sent to prison for a “hate crime” .

    • IstvanIN

      All heck broke out when a man said he didn’t want a black to take care of his newborn.

  • SouthernReality

    Why is this a bad thing? Support it and enjoy! No diversity in the waiting rooms, clinics, or hospital rooms! Of course, the whole Affordable Care Act is set up to break the ‘grip’ of white doctors on the system. As reimbursements for visits decrease more and more doctors will be imported from Pakistan, Nigeria, India, or the Caribbean. So cheap doctors will be staffing dirty, poorly equipped hospitals for the masses. They certainly will have nothing in common with us, our society, or culture. You always get what you pay for….. Just what we need to further the cause of a white homeland!!!

    • No matter what they say, Diversity will still be there and put at the front of the line in White doctor’s offices.

      Allowing anything unenriched by Diversity, i.e. anything still shamefully “too White,” will be targeted.

      Whiteness is considered the enemy of humankind and must be attacked by any means necessary.

  • Luca

    I can’t wait to see Dr. Conrad Murray about my sleeping problem.

    Don’t worry, this entire tragic comedy is going to implode and collapse onto the junk heap of history. It is such a poorly thought out plan, it’s not funny. Like all Liberal policies and programs they only thing that works well are the titles, the claims and slogans.

    How do you manage 30 million new welfare patients when doctors are leaving and retiring from the profession in droves?

    As if the VA, and Medicare weren’t big enough boondoggles.

    • CoweringCoward

      It’s a major cock-up, but the white tax base is believed to always be able to fade anything, so Oooga Booga will just leave it to fester, or eventually kill the host. Obama does not have baseball and apple pie on his little ANC, Marxist, Alinsky, cloward and piven a$$ mind.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Conrad Murray has been released from prison. He expressed his pleasure that the court found that AEG had NOT hired him. Jackson was the one who hired him on condition that he use propofol.

  • Alfred the Great

    Another agenda item is to direct Whites to otherwise incompetent doctors, who just happen to be minorities. Take it from me as retired Army, when I get my choices for doctors from the VA, the vast majority of them are a minority.

    • joesolargenius

      The last time I went to the V A in 1996 I had an Asian non english speaking female doctor whom promptly lost all my paper work and I had to do it over again, plus they claim they could not find proof I had a military discharge record.And to add insult to injury I got a ticket for having a pellet pistol in my knapsack which I had because I took the bus ,(public transportation) from L A to Santa Monica, Calif. I tried to tell them I had the pistol when I got there but the police were all Black and refused to listen to me and instead repeatedly asked me to just run the bag through the scanner. It was a federal offense and my third gun charge in Calif. I had to wait two months and go in front of the Judge whom promptly through the case out of court after I refused to plead guilty. I never did receive any medical treatment at that VA

      • Jesse James

        A lot of people don’t understand the effect that large numbers of black employees in the VA system has on denying whites equal care. You have to experience it to understand. They are the gatekeepers at almost every portal for applying for VA benefits or treatment. Often they drag their feet and slow the whole process down for you, whenever possible the worst ones slam the door in your face.

  • Jack Burton

    Racial concordance, I like that. Now if they have studies that show that in medical care, then why not apply that to society as a whole. Yes, racial concordance throughout society is healthier and happier, so let’s implement it.

  • sbuffalonative

    “There is… evidence that race concordance—defined as shared racial or ethnic identities between clinicians and patients—is related to patient reports of satisfaction, participatory decision making, timeliness of treatment, and trust in the health system,”

    So this only applies to health care?

  • ozamataz

    This is great news. I’d love to go somewhere and not encounter blacks. Being sick and having to go to the doctor is bad enough. I hope this idea catches on and other segments os society become segregated. Could I please have a white supermarket, mall and movie theater. Oh and restaurants too. Maybe a state? Oh joy!!

  • I wouldn’t see a black “doctor” anyway, so I can’t imagine how this matters. Perhaps the law doesn’t go far enough. I’d just as soon blacks were prohibited from seeing white doctors. Perhaps veterinarians would pick up the slack.

    • Jesse James

      When a lot of these white doctors retire early because of the shambles of Obamacare and when the number of new white medical students decreases because of both adverse admissions requirements and the disincentives of operating under the new health care system there will simply not be enough doctors for you to have the choice that we do now. Then you will take whoever will see you and you will be lucky to even get into anyone’s office.

      • The only way a change in med school admissions policies will make any difference is if the course work is dumbed down so the missing links can pass. Medical schools that do this will make their degrees less desireable, which will hurt their ability to increase tuition bills.

  • Johnny99

    If this means I never have to see a non White doctor, sign me up. Will it apply to nurses, dentists, and other health care pros? Yippee. The only issue is that blacks will want the White doctors, too.

  • obot

    I don’t mind at all. Let the blacks have affirmative action black doctors.

  • bigone4u

    Power gone to the heads of psychopaths. An insane bureaucracy gone mad. That’s what I get from reading the story. None of this is what the Founding Fathers want. It’s not what most real Americans want either. Insane, it is.

    • “Let’s pass the bill so we can see what’s in it!”

      • CoweringCoward

        I ALWAYS sign everything right off the bat whenever doing anything contractual! Just walk right in and put pen to paper, tell the folks at the closing table to just “surprise me”.

      • Jesse James

        In a sane country that comment alone would have put a stake through the heart of AFA.

        • We don’t have a sane country. What we have instead is a 3000 mile wide, open-air lunatic asylum.

  • ThatguyinTN

    Anybody else notice all the scholarships and loan repayments that were mentioned that are dog eared for ‘disadvantaged histories’ or some such nonsense. So our rates go way up so we can pay for not only too lazy to work blacks but also to fund unqualified blacks college?

  • CoweringCoward

    No she won’t, to have named a child that, proves what class of lack she is and that type black is not smart enough to even realize that the “Doc paper” in and of itself does not convey magical healin powers.

  • Ella

    I saw this coming from the Feds before ACA. If you ever looked for grants/scholarships in nursing or medical fields, the federal government gave out generous monies to pay for their college costs due to “the ever increasing-sized Latinos populations” and “improving linguistic competency.” The government knew that they’ll displace Whites soon enough. You can see where this will lead- aggressive recruiting of nonwhite medical personnel. Cheaper is better always to the Feds.

  • JohnEngelman

    When I need a doctor I look for someone with a Jewish name.

    • When I need a doctor, I go get my kit and do it myself. Heck; if blacks can do it, there’s no problem.

    • Talltrees

      You might look, but find none since many have European names. Are you anti-White European? Maybe? Huh?

      • His family name is German.

        • Talltrees

          His name is unmistakably German. So, he is German by ancestry, not Jewish? Thought he said he was Jewish. Oh, well, he will probably respond to me, maybe.

      • JohnEngelman

        Jews are whites. Most American Jews came from Europe, or their ancestors did.

        • Katherine McChesney

          I have a Hebrew for a doctor and am very pleased with his services. He spends a lot of time with his patients instead of scuttling them out in a hurry. I know he cares about his patients by his interaction. My other doctor is a White female. I really like her for listening to me and encouraging me to use sensible alternative medicine.

        • DaveMed

          Depends on the Jew. Sephardic Jews are, for the most part, not white.

          • JohnEngelman

            Most Sephardic Jews live in the Arab world. They’ve picked up a lot of Arab genes during their stay there. Arabs are Caucasians.

          • Caucasian, though not exactly white. There is a difference.

        • Ella

          John, some Europeans converted to Jewish religion because of marriage and economic interests. You’re right on that part. However, there are ethnic Jews that go by birth-mother going back to Biblical genealogy in the Old Testament or by “blood.” If you ever did research on genetic diseases (recessives) and ethnicity/race, you can see the list of very rare diseases among Jews only due to their inter-ethnic relations. Some Jews like Bernanke and Greenspan still have noticeable Semite features comparing to Swedes or the English. Europeans are not Semites unless we marry into a family and have children.

          • In the US, about 2/3 of Jews marry gentiles.

          • Ella

            Wow, that is a higher assimilation rate than I saw, probably included 1/2 Jewish for count. To mention, I always enjoy your stories about your cooking and your lovely daughter. It’s nice to know that there are some parents on Amren. I have children myself but younger. Probably, I’m afraid to talk about them over the Internet. My conversation can evolve past, “That’s a red car.”

    • Jesse James

      I do a little research and go to whoever seems to be the most competent and experienced.

    • Paul

      Watch your wallet then.

    • Talltrees

      Why would you only go to a Jewish doctor? My first-hand experience is some are very good, some are bad, i.e., negligent. Those who are bad are so arrogant, they think they know everything when the patient should have been monitored with blood tests and other procedures regularly, and referred to a specialist. This arrogance and know-it-all attitude has caused patients to have, for example, strokes and heart attacks.

      It actually takes work to find an excellent physician.

  • M.

    Good!
    If they can have their doctors, patients, whatever, then so do Whites!

    • Paul

      I don’t doubt it.

  • Jesse James

    Right good thing they have the mechanism in this law to arrange for payment of these ethnic specialist.

  • Hal K

    Something tells me they are arranging this so that it only helps nonwhites.

    We can’t seriously expect them to help whites find a white doctor. The people who created Obamacare must relish the thought of making whites sit in crowded waiting rooms full of blacks and Third Worlders.

  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

    Wait until they start abducting blondes for ritual cannibalism.

  • My mother has all dental work done without Novocaine. She can’t stand the stuff, and would rather just tough it out.

    • MikeofAges

      You come from special people, dude.

  • Funruffian

    The bill also establishes a grant program at HRSA to promote health care professionals’ cultural and linguistic competence.”
    Terrific! All we need are more doctors and physicians who speak broken English to communicate with Native born American English speakers. As if Medical language was cumbersome enough, they have to perpetrate language barriers to make matters more disastrous.

  • Steven Bannister

    Mr Carson is definitely in the “top 1%” of blacks….

  • saxonsun

    Tons of Indian doctors though.

  • ThomasER916

    I’ll bet Obamacare will put Hindu doctors with blacks.

    Blacks think that everyone who is dark is also African. It’s the low-IQ.

    • Doubtless these Hindu doctors will be delighted at their exposure to diversitards who will do things like not following prescription orders, mouth off to care providers, demand “respect”, and generally treat them to the same insolent, stupid BS they’ve been giving whites for the last half-century.

  • ThomasER916

    Mark my words, Obamacare will label Hindus as blacks.

  • Mike Conrad

    What’s weird is that we even need a ‘Patients Bill of Rights’ … it should go without saying that free citizens can refuse ‘medical care’ no matter who the provider is.

  • nignogger

    I wonder if the quota hire, AA black doctors are going to practice voodoo and witchcraft on their fellow American negroids? then axe for taxpayer dollars for this nonsense form of ‘medicine.’