Yesterday the President of the United States invited a highly sifted group of physicians to the White House. The doctors mainly belonged to a group called Doctors for America.
This group used to be called Doctors for Obama.
They were treated – with their consent like manikins, like medical training dummies.
"But Father! But Father!" the more gullible are now shouting. "Doctors are important! Surely the One wouldn’t treat them like mere props!"
I saw film of doctor’s white lab coats being distributed to them before the President’s Rose Garden address.
But the real insult was the speech.
POTUS had the gall to bludgeon them with the Hypocratic Oath.
Every one of you here today took an oath when you entered the medical profession. It was not an oath that you would spend a lot of time on the phone with insurance companies. (Laughter.) It was not an oath that you would have to turn away patients who you know could use your help. You did not devote your lives to be bean counters or paper pushers. You took an oath so that you could heal people. You did it so you could save lives.
Hmmm… something was left out here…
"It was not an oath that permits killing the unborn."
Oppps… POTUS left that part out.
The most aggressively pro-abortion President we have ever seen, is quoting the Hippocratic Oath to his medical manikins in distributed white coats.
The essence of the Oath is "First and foremost, do no harm."
In the modern version – at least a modern version of the Oath says:
I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody if asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect. Similarly I will not give to a woman an abortive remedy. In purity and holiness I will guard my life and my art.
I wonder if these medical manikins opted out of the Oath.