Re: treatments were not "cost effective"
- From: "btorvik2" <btorvik2@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 11:32:57 -0600
On Tue, 01 Mar 2011 04:54:38 -0800, CigarBaron wrote:
On Feb 28, 8:03 am, Carbon <nob...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
They always have been. 99% of tort lawyers are democrat. 10% of
the malpractice "winnings" go into their Pacs. The record is clear:
if legislation increases litigation it's a democratic initiative.
If it's "anti-physician" it's democrat.
Your evidence for these claims?
Remember, we're talking malpractice lawyers:
And, it's not just their party affiliation, they're money goes to
democrats as well:
Your 84 year old retired lawyer sounds like a nice enough fellow, but
he is not evidence for your above claims:
"99% of tort lawyers are democrat. 10% of the malpractice "winnings"
go into their Pacs."
Neither is the bombshell that lobbyists invest more of their money in
the party that is in power.
Might be kind of hard to find...
Where can I get a breakdown of political party affiliations of ALL
attorneys. A friend said most attorneys are Republicans. I say they are
mostly Democrats... How can I find out ?
No one keeps track, of course. The closest I could find was a survey of
lawyers in Chicago, taken in both 1975 and 1995. Of course, in Chicago they
were mostly Democrats, but so is everyone else. See URBAN LAWYERS, by John
P. Heinz, Robert L. Nelson, Edward O. Laumann, and Rebecca L. Sandefur, pp.
180-181. It is possible that the American Bar Association may have some
internal surveys, as well.
"Official ASC Shaman"
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