The Presbyterian hospital in Dallas is empty. The ER room is empty. There is no waiting time.
They might as well shut it down. It’s over.
The free market is relentless. It is unforgiving. It asks: “What have you done for me lately?”
It also asks: “What will you do to me today?”
No one organized a boycott. No one sent out warnings: “Do Not Enter.” No one had to.
In this battle, you don’t get a second chance. There is no “Sorry. It won’t happen again.”
It won’t happen again. Nothing will happen again, except the bankruptcy notice.
It’s probably safe to go there. Let me know how you do.