The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) is asking people to sign petitions to defund Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Obamacare exchange needs 2.7 million young Americans to sign up in order to break even, but the Obamacare website HealthCare.gov continues to experience problems, preventing any easy signups.
According to one estimate, 40 percent of doctor practices are scared by Obamacare. In addition, the physicians and surgeons association AAPS claims that Obamacare makes it "impossible to fulfill my obligations" as a doctor and that the Affordable Care Act " forces the physician-government relationship to be placed ahead of me in the exam room."
Thus AAPS is asking all physicians and surgeons to sign an Obamacare petition that reads:
"As a medical professional I support the full repeal of Obamacare, and I oppose any bill or budget resolution that provides funding to implement or enforce any part of it."Charles Sauer of the Market Institute points out that Obamacare is scheduled to spend $1.9 trillion over the next six years in the 10 year implementation of the Affordable Care Act, which is much higher than the original Congressional projection of $850 billion. Sauer believes this is just part of Obama's agenda:
"Once it has millions of citizens dependent on the subsidies, there may be no way to contain the damage when the program crashes and burns.... But the drivers of the train, Obama and Reid, are determined to steam on. Maybe they even want a train wreck for American medicine and the American economy, to facilitate the endgame of total government takeover."Do you agree with the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons that Obamacare should be defunded?