The following post was written by Donna Navarro; she is one of the biggest activist in the nation when it comes to the health care industry. Her influence has reached as far as the congressional floor of Washington; her connections to major U.S. figures are ubiquitous; I have known and worked with Donna for almost 8 years. I offer this post as a means of balance and objectivity. I have yet to see this film which opened earlier this year in L.A. I do intend on watching it on the campus of Houston Christian in the coming weeks. Once I have seen it and done my research, I will have to make a decision about American health care. For the record, I do endorse Obama’s universal health care bill. While some might find this film controversial, I applaude its efforts at offering the masses information. Remember, information deemed vital to the public that is silenced or with held is a form of fascism.
“Controversy is only dreaded by advocates of error.” Benjamin Rush
It seems to me that my take on Medical Freedom has become more and more of a controversy in my life. Why do people not get that all I want is for the American people to have freedom of choice, the freedom to choose the modality of treatment for their disease/illness.
Cong. Dan Burton (IN-R,) is introducing a Bill for medical access called, HR2736 “Access to Medical Treatment Act”. You can go to www.govtrack.us to track where the Bill is at in real-time and/or see who your representatives and senators are in order to contact them to support medical freedom.
“Cut Poison Burn”, a documentary on the corruption of the medical establishment and how it is one big monopoly. The film raises issues that have been long ignored, there needs to be serious dialogue in finding a solution and not bury our heads in the sand.
You can go to www.cutpoisonburn.com to view the trailer and go to facebook to press ”Like”.
The documentary is being shown at Houston Christian High School on Nov.30th and Dec. 3rd at 7:30pm in the Chapel. You can purchase tickets on line at www.cutpoisonburn.com. The tickets are $12.00 each and part of the proceeds go to cancer charities, you can see the list on the website. Please come see the most important film of your life.