Government passes the health buck … again

Government passes the health buck ... again Open letter to Craig Tuton, chair of the hospital corporation, and Health Minister Doug Graham: Come on, don't give me that "totally unforeseen" crap. It is your job to predict and have contingency plans in place

Open letter to Craig Tuton, chair of the hospital corporation, and Health Minister Doug Graham:

Come on, don’t give me that “totally unforeseen” crap. It is your job to predict and have contingency plans in place to handle any and all difficulties that could arise.

I have been studying the function of the human mind as of late, and one of it’s major duties is what is called executive function. The major part of what this is is the ability to look at the past, and develop plans, that can be projected into the future, to create a better future.

Your job, is as an executive, is to do these things. Your executive function is to accomplish this task. That’s why you are paid the big bucks. Right?

The hospital corporation has plans in place with the Emergency Measures Organization in case an earthquake happens or some other natural or man-made disaster happens. What is blinding you? Have you got a piece of soot in your mind’s eye?

I guess you figure that we, the general public, can’t see through this pitiful attempt to pass the buck. Oh, by the way there is no one to pass the buck to. It is the fault of you and your cronies for this colossal mess.

You have wasted enough public money with your non-existent executive functions. You should move far, far away where you can’t waste any more of Yukoners’ tax dollars. Maybe Dowland Construction could use some help making them go bankrupt.

Oh, and while I am at this, shouldn’t some of your superiors and the chief executive officer get knocked off the gravy train as well? Actually, in this case shouldn’t it be called the poutine train?

Lew Piercey

Dawson City