Almost. 😉  Because, if I were, I would do what I could to make this man my doctor.

Again, this is old-ish news, but for anyone who still hasn’t seen it, here goes.

A urologist near Orlando posted this sign at his office (you can click on it to see it better):

Here is the story:

MOUNT DORA — A doctor who considers the national health-care overhaul to be bad medicine for the country posted a sign on his office door telling patients who voted for President Barack Obamato seek care “elsewhere.”

“I’m not turning anybody away — that would be unethical,” Dr. Jack Cassell, 56, a Mount Dora urologist and a registered Republican opposed to the health plan, told the Orlando Sentinel on Thursday. “But if they read the sign and turn the other way, so be it.”

All I can say is “Good for him!”  But Democrat gadfly (nice way of saying Moonbat whackjob) Rep. Alan Grayson (of the “Republicans want you to die quickly” Graysons) is not amused:

An outspoken U.S. congressman is planning to file a complaint against the central Florida urologist who posted a sign on his office door warning supporters of President Obama to find a different doctor.

A spokesman for Rep. Alan Grayson, who angered Republicans last year when he said they wanted sick Americans to “die quickly,” told FoxNews.com that Florida Democrat is helping a constituent who was affected by the sign to file a complaint next week with the proper authorities. Grayson will also file additional complaints with all relevant boards or agencies,  Grayson spokesman Todd Jurkowski said.

But an apparently more rational person (not that this is hard) in Florida government says that Grayson doesn’t have a leg to stand on:

A spokeswoman from the Florida Department of Health, which licenses physicians and investigates complaints, said Friday there was no law prohibiting Cassell from advertising himself this way.

“Because there is no statute, there would be no grounds for a complaint,” spokeswoman Eulinda Smith said. “It would be legally deficient.”

Way to go, Dr. Cassell!

Applause.

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