Thursday, October 25, 2012

ObamCare Exposed - Other Movie AARP, ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN do not want you to watch

Forget death panels, Try A panel  authorized control and regulate every aspect of your life:  ObamaCare Exposed - The Determinators Movie

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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA- The Determinators, a movie  based on the book The Battle for America's Soul, by CL Gray, MD features leading experts in the field of healthcare who have studied the new law, bought to you by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) 

The Determinators is a 58 minutes chilling, documentary that explains and sheds light on the dark underside of the massive healthcare reform bill that, once fully implemented, will significantly threaten the way Americans live...and die.  You need to know how this affects your personal life.

it is critical to your personal medical care that you understand what is presented here, including the ramifications of the new law and massive new government bureaucracy of 169 new agencies that will affect your own access to medical care

Under the auspices of the new healthcare law, the expanded Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) is authorized to use “healthcare” as a rationale to attempt to control and regulate every aspect of your life – what you eat, what car you drive, what guns you are allowed – to name a few.  Congressman Paul Broun compares it to the way the Fed controls every aspect of monetary policy.   This important film pulls quotes from the law along with expert testimony to expose these hidden dangers in ObamaCare.

We are at the fork in the road:  one road can reclaim individual control over medical care.  The other road puts all healthcare decisions in the hands of the Federal government and the Secretary of Health and Human Services.  You decide on November 6 which you prefer

Patient Power America and AAPS stand for healthcare reform, based in the private sector, with a focus on individual life and the individual patient-physician relationship without government intrusion and limits on what medical services are approved

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