You’ve heard of Doctor Feel Good. Well, allow me to introduce you to Doctor Feel Bad.
Chronic pain causing you to suffer?
Ring up Doctor Feel Bad. And if she’s so inclined, she’ll see to it you will get a seven day break from your pain. Then, well, you’re screwed!
If we want to end the opioid epidemic, we must work to address the root causes of abuse. That’s why @SenCoryGardner and I introduced legislation to limit opioid prescriptions for acute pain to 7 days. Because no one needs a month’s supply for a wisdom tooth extraction.— Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (@gillibrandny) March 15, 2019
Yeah. She’s such a giver.
I hope Doctor Feel Bad enjoys the pain that comes with that well-deserved ratio.
The question I have is what dentist prescribes a month of pain medication for extracting wisdom teeth?
I mean, what’s he using to remove them? Dynamite?
But it sure is ironic, isn’t it? Doctor Feel Bad wants to put government in between a doctor and his patient after years of shrieking about how women’s healthcare choices should be left between a doctor and his patient.
Such a craven, hypocritical cow.
The truth is, if Doctor Feel Bad wants to do something about the opioid epidemic, she should support President Trump’s efforts to secure our Southern border. You’d be amazed what that would accomplish, Doctor Dummy.
Nine years ago, columnist Jim Treacher was struck by a State Department SUV in Washington shortly after being hired by the Daily Caller.
It took a year and a half, two surgeries and physical therapy for him to recover from the accident.
Needless to say, he is none too happy with Doctor Feel Bad and her meddling.
In his column for PJ Media, Treacher writes:
At various stages I was taking Dilaudid, OxyContin, or Vicodin. I hated the side effects, like nausea and confusion and sweating, and I was worried about getting hooked. But I didn’t. As the pain eased, my doctors lowered the dosage until I didn’t need it anymore. My knee still hurts, pretty much every day, but it’s manageable. Pain medication helped me get through the worst thing that ever happened to me, and then I walked away from it. Literally.
So whenever I see meddling politicians trying to take those decisions away from me because other people make the wrong decisions, I get really angry.
So people who are genuinely in pain need to suffer, just because Kirsten Gillibrand wants to be president?
Speaking as someone who suffers from near-constant pain, I would no sooner follow the orders of Doctor Feel Bad than I would take medical advice from someone on Facebook.
Although, Kirsten is making a serious mistake here. After all, only people blitzed out on opioids would actually vote for this idiot.
It’s a damn shame that Kirsten Gillibrand doesn’t have the self-awareness to realize that her Quixotic quest for the White House is playing out like a badly written sitcom plot.
The fact that this clown fancies herself qualified to make medical decisions for over three hundred million people is laughable.
Then again, she’s no more a doctor than she is presidential material.
Make sure you don’t injure yourself. Somebody might decide you don’t need pain medication. https://t.co/kkhVD0yw1u— Jay Tee Ell Oh Ell (@jtLOL) March 20, 2019
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