... the forced sterlization of over 3,400 Native American women between 1973-1976 by the US government.
Watch the video (but don't bother with the sound, the sound track is atrocious):
No: I don't buy the death panels argument, except to the extent that we already have end-of-life judgments being influenced by bureaucrats in private insurance, Medicare, and the VA every day.
But we need a reminder that no matter who is making health care decisions--and, given the structure of our society there will be a bureaucrat, public or prvate, involved somewhere--there is a compelling need to avoid individual tragedies becoming systemic failures that lead to things like this.
[h/t Next Free Voice]