"Now, you know how painful this disease is at the end. And they don't want our help. Now, why waste time and meds and space on them, when all of those resources could go to those who really deserve it? Who gets the medication when there's not enough to go around -- the Sagittaron who won't even raise a finger to save his own race, or a Viper pilot?"
He points at Dee, who is not a Viper pilot at all, but let's back up. I said it before, but just in case, I'm pretty sure this is what he just said: "Fuck Sagittarons! They don't use medicine because they're stupid! So we won't waste medicine on them! The medicine that they refuse to take! Because see above re: they don't believe in medicine! Which on them would be wasted! So I must become a serial killer and murder them instead of not giving them the medicine they so urgently do not want!"
Am I wrong here? Is he not actually saying that? Cottle's back to phoning it in: "What the hell happened to 'do no harm,' Doctor," he asks, and Robert yells about how "someone has to make the tough choices here," which would be the writer of the episode telling you desperately that this all Makes Sense Don't It, but it doesn't, because this episode wasn't about the "tough choices" unless the "choices" include the "choice" to air this piece of crap, which is not a "tough" choice so much as a "shitty" one. "But it doesn't matter, it doesn't matter, because look at them! They're gonna destroy themselves anyway. Look at them, look at them! They're like worms crawling on a hot rock. Remember what you used to say, Saul? Aside from a Cylon, is there anything that you hate more than a Sagittaron?" And just in case you were thinking maybe Tigh was being treated fairly in this episode, he then says the following line: "I'll tell you what I hate, Mike: being wrong." Everybody makes sad faces and whatever, he orders Helo to arrest Micah and take him to the brig, and as they're leaving, two more awful things happen.