No. Next question.

ObamaKare requires doctors to inquire about your sexual activity and report it to the central data base.

‘Are you sexually active? If so, with one partner, multiple partners or same-sex partners?”

Be ready to answer those questions and more the next time you go to the doctor, whether it’s the dermatologist or the cardiologist and no matter if the questions are unrelated to why you’re seeking medical help. And you can thank the Obama health law.

“This is nasty business,” says New York cardiologist Dr. Adam Budzikowski. He called the sex questions “insensitive, stupid and very intrusive.” He couldn’t think of an occasion when a cardiologist would need such information — but he knows he’ll be pushed to ask for it.

And if you wonder who’s still fighting for individual liberty in this brave new world, there’s this:

There’s one question they can’t ask: Thanks to the NRA, Section 2716 of the ObamaCare law bars the federal government from compelling doctors and hospitals to ask you if you own a firearm.

Gun owners understand that when the government succeeds at stripping away one constitutional right, it will continue on to take others. Like our right to privacy. Griswold vs. State of Connecticut, anyone? Oops! That just disappeared.


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10 responses to “No. Next question.

  1. Anonymous

    Call for a general strike:

    MSM didn’t report the Million Biker Ride Through DC to commemorate 9/11.

    If they’re calling for a general strike, things are getting interesting.

  2. I think most doctors will just skip the question and put “patient refused” in the chart, unless it’s medically relevant.

    • burningmadolf

      I agree, but it still doesn’t excuse the government for asking and building a database.

    • EOSredux

      I was a “patient refused” statistic today, at the podiatrist because I fractured a bone in my foot. The questionnaire the doctor handed me to fill out was totally obnoxious. Not only my ethnicity and race, but height, weight, emergency contact number. Whoi will I allow him to speak with if he calls, etc. Nonsense. Thankfully he did not ask me about sexual activity. I told him I was at his office to see if I had broken a bone and that nothing on his q’aire was relevant and I handed him back the blank form. He said, “don’t you at least want an emergency contact?” and I said “should I expect to die in here while you examine my foot?” That shut him up.

      I did fracture a bone and he was eager to slap a giant boot on my foot. I refused. Then he said I could wear special shoe with Velcro around it but when I went to walk around the office, with one special shoe on one side and a TOMS on the other, I was lopsided. So I said, hey, what if I just wear really good sneakers until it begins to heal. He said OK. My point, and I do have one, is that this doctor was happy to waste my Medicare dollars on something I didn’t need. To charge the system needlessly. Ugh.

      • I can easily see you winding up on some Obamacare “known troublemakers” list down the road. 🙂

        Good for you.

        • EOSredux

          I think my “down the road” began today. Podiatrists have zero sense of humor and why would they, having to touch other people’s feet all day. Ich.

        • I’m sure you wound up on his “PITA patients” list, but hopefully you’re not in the Obamacare database yet.

          By the way, I have a very nice Podiatrist in Briarcliff right off Rt 9A if you’re interested in seeing someone else.

      • Peg

        If you end up in prison for this flouting of law, EOS, I promise to come and visit you and bake brownies, too!

        BTW – does being groped at the airport by TSA count as sexual activity?