SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) First it was California now connecticut "state lawmakers considering a 3 percent tax on doctors' revenues to help pay for universal health care" http://www.courant.com/news/politic...237386.story?coll=hc-headlines-politics-state I have consistently warned that doctors cannot afford to keep being the weakest link in the healhcare Arena. The consequences are beginning to manifest. Instead of taxing the right people(general public) for 'Universal healthcare'(which is politically risky) they will rather lay it all on physicians' shoulders, because they have realized physicians have no backbone. "To fund the proposal, the lawmakers are seeking to raise taxes on cigarettes and health care providers" Notice how they are lumping physicans in the same 'vilan' category as cigarette manufacturers. My question remains: At what point do physicians start fighting back?