"First they came for the naturopathic doctors, but I wasn't one..."
On Tuesday, May 23, 2000 6:52 PM Doug Jones firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Florida Could Outlaw Naturopathic Medicine
> > Unless Governor Bush Vetoes HB 591
> Heh. Anyone dim enough to fall for naturopathic quackery deserves the
> often-lethal results. Think of it as evolution in action. It should
> be a clue that insurance companies won't pay for it... why bother to
> outlaw it?
Is Doug perhaps thinking of homeopathy here?
Anyway, even if not, I don't see the corpses piling up -- at least not as
high as with allopathic medicine. Could just be because the latter is more
widespread and accepted that more people die from it, but I prefer to let
the individuals decide for themselves how to deal with their health issues.
(For the record and to avoid the kind of idiotic attacks that this list is
noted for, I do NOT go to a naturopathic doctor. I just don't want to limit
other people's choices.)
(At the same time, I, of course, also think the government should not
mandate health insurance as it now does. Nor should license anyone.
Anyway, I'm glad Doug agrees on not outlawing, but how many people from this
list have actually bothered to write or email Jeb Bush on this?
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