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Songwronger BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? (599* d) RE: BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? 11 Oct 13


Obama didn't encounter opposition. He lied. He said he would give us a benevolent government healthcare system, then he adopted the worst of the Republican proposals. He lies on every single topic.

And now the culling of the elderly will begin:

Thousands of Medicare doctors fired

Neurosurgeon says Obamacare worst thing since slavery

Plus, the "liberal" media is gearing up to launch a campaign to sell Obama's DeathCare to America:

Will Obamacare become plot fodder for CBS' Hostages and Under The Dome? A $500,000 grant awarded this week to USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center's Hollywood Health & Society program certainly suggests it's a possibility. In the latest push to get Tinseltown to promote President Obama's Affordable Care Act, the decade-old program has received the money from the private California Endowment to give Hollywood producers, writers and execs details about the newly launched health insurance initiative. "Our experience has shown that the public gets just as much, if not more, information about current events and important issues from their favorite television shows and characters as they do from the news media and online resources," said Hollywood Health & Society's Martin Kaplan in a statement today. "This grant will allow us to ensure that industry practitioners have up-to-date, relevant facts on health care reform to integrate into their storylines and projects."

Obamacare Angles For Starring Role On Primetime TV

They're telling you that your entertainment will now be loaded with pro-Obamacare propaganda.

Sad state of affairs.




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