There's death panels and then there's death panels:
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Just so there's no confusion, may I repeat what I said the other day: the "death panels" have not been dropped from any of the bills. Rationing boards, such as NICE in the UK, are intrinsic to and inextricable from a public plan. What was dropped by the Senate finance committee was the end-of-life counseling provision, thanks in part to Sarah Palin's "death panel" statement.