‘The Determinators’ exposes dangers of Obama’s health care reform
The nation’s largest Tea Party organization premieres Oct. 6 a documentary that exposes President Barack Obama’s intrusive and foolish Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
“The Determinators” screens at Jupiter 16 Cobb Theaters in Florida, a key election state with possibly the most Americans impacted by the change in healthcare laws, said Jenny Beth Martin, national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots.
The film exposes the evils of the health care reform bill that many have forgotten since the bill was passed, she said.
Many of the country’s top health care experts appear in the documentary, she said. They are: Dr. C.L. Gray of Physicians for Reform; Kathryn Serkes of the Doctor Patient Medical Association; Grace-Marie Turner of the Galen Institute; Eric O’Keefe of Health Care Compact and Sally C. Pipes of the Pacific Research Institute and the author of “The Truth About Obamacare.”
Martin said TPP plans to host home viewing parties before the November elections.
“The film will also be shown in more than 2,000 house parties as a grassroots education effort. We want Americans to understand how this government takeover will destroy our current way of life, and who is responsible for taking us down this road when they vote in November,” said Martin, whose organization is a national grassroots coalition with more than 3,500 locally organized chapters and more than 15 million supporters nationwide.
“Patriots across America will be hosting house parties to show their friends that the choice this election is a stark one between individual liberty and government tyranny,” she said.
“Our film exposes what the President and Obamacare supporters don’t want you to know: if the healthcare bill takes full effect, government bureaucrats—not individuals and doctors—will determine most facets of healthcare in this country. We cannot let that happen,” she said.
After the screening, TPP will host presentations and a question and answers session with Martin, Gray and Serkes.