On March 24, the Christian Science Monitor carried a column on the Independent Payment Advisory Board of Obamacare by Austrian economic ghoul Marria Rizzo, entitled "In new reform bill, government rations health care." But Rizzo doesn't oppose this idea. Rather, he argues that, since resources are scarce, old people should give up their "greed" at insisting on all the resources to stay alive.
Before it passed, the IMAB (Independent Medicare Advisory Board, i.e. the reincarnation of Hitler's T-4 program) was top secret, and mentioning it was equated with paranoia.
Although I agree that in some cases, it is pointless to take "heroic" measures to keep someone alive, I also believe that this decision should rest with physicians, not with some un-Constitutional fascist bureaucracy whose agenda is to kill as many people as possible without being too obvious, and which is unaccountable in this world. Instead of trying to ration health care, we should be making it more widely available and affordable, while at the same time making it more attractive to those who want to make a career of it, as LaRouche advocates.