February 19, 2011

"First do no work:" Wisconsin Doctors Hand Out Fake Excuses to Protesters

Want to see something that will make you really sick? Check out the slime of the Wisconsin medical community as they engage in fraud by writing up "doctor's notes" for malingering teachers.

Now, as I recall my own school days, showing up after being absent with a faked note from my Mom usually resulted in a suspension from school, and a less than pleasant one-on-one interview with my father on the value of truth and honesty.

Not so with these quacks of the left.

The attorney general of Wisconsin should see to it that all these "doctors'" license to practice are revoked.

Take special note of the prating slimeball @ 1:30 blather on. He's a disgrace. If anyone recognizes him and has a name, I'd be pleased to know it.

UPDATE: Here's another video by Ann Althouse featuring a Dr. Patrick Mckenna:

"First do no work."

Posted by Vanderleun at February 19, 2011 1:22 PM
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He's not really a doctor, he just plays one on camera phones. He's ready for service in the new, improved Obamacare where fraud will be as common as he is.

Posted by: Jimmy J. at February 19, 2011 8:59 PM

As Governor Christie of New Jersey told the Teachers' Union, 'Talk to me now or in ten years you won't have a pension at all.'

Posted by: Quent at February 19, 2011 10:29 PM

The docs in these clips sure don't look very professional or well-groomed.

Not exactly people I would feel confident trusting with my health.

Posted by: Aye at February 20, 2011 10:29 AM

If the teachers insurance reimburses them for time missed due to illness (I'm non-union, but I have such a policy) they could be committing fraud and/or theft by deception by using these excuses.

Posted by: Roger Drew Williams at February 20, 2011 5:51 PM

So it's ok to lie (on an official form) if it advances your personal political causes???
How about remedial ethical training?

Posted by: flannelputz at February 22, 2011 5:50 AM