Bitch didn't give them money.
Between the 1991 to 1992 and the 2011 to 2012 election cycles, physician campaign contributions increased from $20 million to $189 million, and the percentage of active physicians contributing increased from 2.6% to 9.4%. Of physicians who contributed during the study period, the mean percentage contributing to Republicans was 57% for men and 31% for women.Also, despite all of the GOP's claims that only they could protect doctors and doctors would suffer horribly if Democrats were elected and promises to make everything perfect forever via tort reform and the millions of dollars they spent telling everyone Obamacare was the single biggest threat to doctors, doctors have instead considered those monstrosities called "evidence," "facts" and "reality," and started to shift away from the GOP.
Since 1996, the percentage of physicians contributing to Republicans has decreased, to less than 50% in the 2007 to 2008 election cycle and again in the 2011 to 2012 election cycle.This despite the screeching about Obamacare through two election cycles. It is almost as if the GOP still doesn't know what the fuck people actually want and instead acts on what it thinks they want, which is remarkably close to what the GOP wants them to want because that would bring more profit for the large businesses that give so much to the GOP.
One other thing I thought interesting, it is has long been a given that doctors are overwhelmingly Republican. I've never thought this was true, but even when they were more Republican, man were they tight with their cash.
So remember folks, the next time you're sick, don't go to a doctor. Especially a lady one. They're evil and will probably send you to a FEMA Death Camp. Instead look for a HealthyU Care Center, a Koch Brother's venture that uses untrained people who are paid the minimum wage to provide bandages and aspirin to the afflicted for just dollars on the penny!
(Apologies if there is in fact a HealthyU Care Center, even though that is an awful name.)