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Saying ‘Hell No’ To Obamacare


By Dennis Trainor Jr - Posted on 23 April 2014

Originally posted at PopularResistance.org Recently, Dr. Margaret Flowers initiated an online petition declaring herself a consciences objector to the Affordable Care Act and asking others to send a message to President Obama that the ACA is a scam.

In this short clip (above), Dr. Flowers states:

“The most important question we should be having right now, knowing that insurgence is not protective, is do we want to continue to treat health care as a commodity and people only get what they can afford, or do we want to join the rest of the industrialized nations in the world and treat health care as a public good and create a system where people can get what they need.”

You can watch the full interview below:

 

Dr. Margaret Flowers (MFlowers8) is a pediatrician from Baltimore who is an organizer at PopularResistance.org, co-directs ItsOurEconomy.us and co-hosts Clearing the FOG on We Act Radio. She is adviser to the board of Physicians for a National Health Program and is on the steering committee of the Maryland Health Care is a Human Right campaign.

 

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Tags Obamacare, Healthcare.gov, Affordable Care Act, ACA, Obama health insurance, Conscientious Objector To Obamacare, Health Insurance, health insurance industry, universal healthcare, Single payer health care, Margaret Flowers, Dr. Margaret Flowers,

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