Tuesday, December 25, 2012

More Hospitals, More Hospital Deaths

Scholarly studies have found that the more hospitals that exist in a country, the more people die in hospitals. This alarming conclusion shows that the United States, with the highest number of hospitals, has the most people die in hospitals. Countries with few hospitals have few die in them, a country fortunate enough to be without hospitals would have no one die in a hospital.

It is especially alarming that the largest hospitals, that contain the greatest number of patients, have the largest number of deaths per hospital.

This leads to the inescapable conclusion that we should ban hospitals in order to prevent hospital deaths, and that the largest hospitals should be the first ones banned.

Dean Weingarten

1 comment:

Dean Weingarten said...

For those who are not well versed in satire, this is satire used to show the intellectual shortcomings of using the term "gun violence". It is not "gun violence" that is important. It is the overall level of unjustified violence that is evil. If, by attempting to reduce "gun violence" the overall level of unjustified violence is increased, then the attempt to reduce "gun violence" has created harm, not good.