As reported by the right-of-center news portal The American Thinker on Sept. 23, 2013, a University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) official has used an interesting word to describe the political opponents of ObamaCare: Nonbelievers.
Besides using the descriptive term typically reserved for those who deny the existence of God, UCSF official Stephanie Handler openly opined via Twitter that those who stand in opposition to The Affordable Care Act, popularly known as ObamaCare, should be denied all medical care (see photo above).
Handler’s UCSF Directory Listing verifies she is employed by the taxpayers of California specifically at the UCSF’s Medical Center as a Development Assistant at the University’s Department of Development & Alumni Relations.
In spite of her LinkedIn account being shut down, a web cached copy states Handler lists herself as currently working for the UCSF Medical Center - University Development and Alumni Relations, UCSF Foundation, as well as advertising herself as a Special Events/Communications Consultant at Social Media & Communications in the greater San Francisco area.
If Handler retains her position or not at UCSF depends on both the Board of Regents and the school’s new president, Barack Obama’s former Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano.
Not Exactly New…
Handler’s diatribe comes on the heels of Kansas University Professor David Guth, who after the recent Navy Yard massacre, utilized Twitter to proclaim to the world: (Self-censored. See slideshow for original tweet.)
#NavyYardShooting The blood is on the hands of the #NRA . Next time, let it be YOUR sons and daughters. Shame on you. May God d*mn you.
Guth isn’t the only liberal wishing death upon the children of their political foes.
Conservative writer and up and coming fashionista/glamor gal Amanda Carpenter recently taking to the social microblogging site to tweet: (See slideshow)
GOP beat gun control, changed Obama’s mind on Syria, is holding the line on amnesty. We can defund Obamacare, too!
Carpenter’s mini-message obviously didn’t go over well with Allan Brauer, the communications director of the California Democrats in Sacramento who responded with:
@amandacarpenter May your children all die from debilitating, painful and incurable diseases.
Brauer’s message was retweeted 235 times and listed as a personal favorite by 27 various individuals.