Is this one in Rupert Murdoch's Wall Street Journal.
Its sidebar notes say
The left won't admit that Sarah Palin had a point about rationed care.
then the editorial is about how Sarah Palin sensationalized a very positive aspect of health care reform, end of life counseling, and that the WSJ had already called her on that, because end of life counseling is actually a good thing that private insurance overwhelming provides...
...but you know, when everyone wants health care and sees it as an entitlement there won't be enough to go around so people will die. Which means Sarah Palin was right all along and people who believe in Death Panels are crazy like a FOX.
PS. Screw "adult conversations" about cutting entitlements. The GOP has lost all credibility about deficits when they held the nation's agenda hostage for tax cuts for millionaires.
But we do really need to have an adult conversation about death. Because the grim reaper is going to get all of us. Even the WSJ made a joke about 100% mortality rates in Americans over the age of zero.
Universal insurance coverage is the right, sane, compassionate, and cost-effective thing to do. It does not mean that people won't die. It means that people have health insurance. That's a good thing. People with insurance are healthier and live longer.
There are plenty of people who have insurance who are afraid or too busy or whatever to seek care when they need it. People find out they have cancer too late, for instance. The Ad Council stays really busy with PSA's attempting to convince people to see their doctors.
Arguing that under universal health insurance plans, people will die anyway, is stupid distracting bullshit.
PSS Karoli tells me NewsCorp is looking to hire