Supreme Court’s ObamaCare Decision Prompts Obama-ectomy

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Film maker offers way for Americans to vent their anger at Supreme Court's recent ObamaCare decision by screening anti-ObamaCare movie in their city with "Obama-ectomy Screening Package."

How can Americans who are opposed to the Supreme Court’s ObamaCare decision vent their anger? Get an Obama-ectomy or sponsor one for someone else. A Los Angeles film maker is offering the “Obama-ectomy Screening Package” allowing ordinary citizens to screen his anti-ObamaCare movie “SICK AND SICKER” in their city and make money doing it.

Getting an Obama-ectomy or sponsoring one doesn’t require a trip to the hospital. It’s automated through the movie's website at

The producer, Logan Darrow Clements, last made headlines when he tried to seize the home of Supreme Court Justice David Souter in response to Souter’s vote in the “Kelo vs. City of New London” (545 U.S. 469 - 2005) eminent domain case. Now he’s suggesting that Americans can remove Obama from office like a bad appendix with the help of his movie SICK AND SICKER.    

Many Tea Party activists and doctors groups from Vermont to California have already placed orders for the Obama-ectomy. The movie screening package turns activists into entrepreneurs who can set their own price for tickets to the movie and resell the 100 DVDs they receive as part of the package.

The movie SICK AND SICKER shows what happens when "the government becomes your doctor" using licensed news footage from Canadian TV, interviews with doctors, patients, journalists, a health minister, a Member of Parliament, a doctor who went on a hunger strike as well the producer's own Canadian relatives. Clements even rents a hospital to show the mismatch between supply and demand in a medical system run by politicians.

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