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If we can blame Obama for almost everything, let’s blame Fox News for this woman’s death

The circumstantial evidence in THIS CASE is quite damning:

Hallie Jean Mayes Knauss Culpepper was a vibrant, beautiful woman. She was stylish. She was sharp as a tack. She was good-natured. She was a trailblazer, a businesswoman, a woman who gave to the community and to her country. She was a “dyed-in-the-wool Republican.” She was a mother of three and raised five of her grandchildren. She was an avid watcher of Fox News. Fox News taught the woman of courage a new emotion – fear. She feared the President. She feared the Government. She feared healthcare. She feared Muslims. She feared death panels. On February 16, 2012, Hallie Jean Mayes Knauss Culpepper died at 85 years old because Fox News made her fear her doctor.

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  1. Poppycock. You should be ashamed for printing it.

    People will believe what they want. Misinformation is everywhere, and even more so in the age of the internet.

    We see patients all the time who refuse treatment or distrust their hospital or provider because of something they read on the internet. Something that is not true, and often designed to sell some supplement or phony treatment.

    We see examples in the news of people who would sacrifice human life in their overzealous attempt to advocate for animal rights or environmental issues or some such cause.

    Your attempt to highlight this one case of a woman who had lost her ability to reason or filter information once again makes you part of the problem rather than the solution.

  2. Oh, come on, doc! Spare me that “part of the problem rather than the solution” crap. It makes you sound like some second-rate motivational speaker.

    Besides, your idea of solutions usually are just right-wing nonsense, which is why you’re a fan of such extremists as Paul Ryan and Sunspots Johnson.

    You even agree with Ryan blaming Obama for a Janesville plant-closing that happened during the presidency of George W. Bush (another guy you voted for).

  3. I am scared of left wing zealots, those kind progressives, while even the gray lady thinks there might be something to it.

    Headline
    “Family Research Council Shooting Possibly Driven by Politics”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/17/us/family-research-council-shooting-possibly-driven-by-politics.html?_r=1

    I know the MSM is scared of all the tea party violence and shootings, Brain Ross I think blamed the occupy movement this time.

    I am scared of Rachel and Ed…

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