Protesters at recent health care reform rallies on both sides of the issues speak their minds and concerns revealing some interesting and enlightening information not seen in the news media.
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Protesters at recent health care reform rallies on both sides of the issues speak their minds and concerns revealing some interesting and enlightening information not seen in the news media.

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15 March 2010 (USA)  »

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No Healthcare?  »

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Got Healthcare is a moving documentary
20 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The healthcare debate has been dominated by the insurance industry. They have carefully planned a concerted effort to make the debate about health care about socialism and death panels. This stirring movie changes the dynamic and shows that people are dying due to a lack of access to healthcare. Doctors are fighting for their patients to receive care. Some got arrested for speaking up. The town hall meetings are highlighted and show that an organized group of people were brought in to cause chaos. One woman in a wheel chair was shouted down. 45,000 people die each year as a result of lack of access to medical care. This movie will join "Sicko" in moving the debate to another level.


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