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Minnesota: Vaccine mandates are not in the public interest

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“How any rational individual could look at the list of poisons, toxins, heavy metals, sterility agents, DNA of non-related species, formaldehyde, mutated dead and live viruses, mutated bacteria, and whatever else was handy, and conclude that vaccines will prevent anything, is one of those great mysteries of the universe.”

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28056_1thAs we noted earlier, the federal Health & Human Services has posted a rule change on the federal register that would begin the plans for a full scale adult vaccination program. An article by National Vaccine Information Center Adults Targeted as Federal Government Prepares to Track the Unvaccinated, explains just how far the government is willing to go to force vaccinations. At what cost? Ask yourself who will benefit from this? It won’t be the public.

The article linked above is a must read article that clearly lays out what is ahead if we do not stop Minnesota legislators from jumping on the lucrative and highly dangerous, vaccine bandwagon.

While the new rule does not specifically say the adult vaccines would be forced, the CDC has admitted that access to healthcare will be denied if vaccinations are not up to date. Sounds like coercion, extortion and blackmail to me. So now, not only do I have to buy insurance I don’t want, but have also to submit to medical treatments that are clearly dangerous in order to access medical care that might actually be needed?

Right here in Minnesota, Rep. Mike Freiberg, (D)Golden Valley, says he believes “some parents do not understand the overwhelming evidence that vaccinations prevent serious illness.” And Mr. Freiberg can produce no such evidence other than to regurgitate the manipulated information put out by the manufacturers and the government who appear to be somewhat disinterested in collecting and reviewing the adverse reactions, and deaths, caused by vaccines.

So let me ask you Mr. Freiberg, how many children will be sacrificed to the vaccine industry before you admit that just because a child didn’t react violently to the vaccines, or die, doesn’t mean the vaccine worked? When many vaccines are admitted failures, the response should not be administering additional doses of something that is obviously not working, as is now suggested.

The high cost of healthcare

With the non-stop crying and whining about the costs of health care in the US, why would the government be on the verge of implementing a massive and costly program of mandated vaccines, when the result is a population that becomes progressively sicker as a result, with minimal successes (if you can call them that) of vaccines?

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ObamaCare Can Cancel Your Insurance, Warns Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)

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Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

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March 10, 2015

Tucson, AZ. One of the biggest selling points for the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) was the promise that insurers couldn’t cancel your plan if you get sick. But if the U.S. Supreme Court, in King v. Burwell, holds premium subsidies to be illegal in Exchanges not established by States, the Administration will allow insurers to abrogate their contracts, says the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

“It’s déjà vu all over again,” states AAPS executive director Jane M. Orient, M.D. “When Medicare passed, seniors who had private insurance lost it. The insurers told President Johnson that they couldn’t unilaterally cancel subscribers’ contracts. But LBJ said they could cancel all the contracts, and they did. Private insurance for seniors was ended with a stroke.”

“While the Administration assures HealthCare.gov policyholders that ‘nothing has changed,’ it has been conveying a contradictory message to health insurance companies,” writes Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) in a letter to former CMS head Marilyn Tavenner. “Late last year, CMS altered the agreements to participate in the federal exchange, guaranteeing insurance companies the right to pull out of their contracts should federal subsidies such as the APTC come to an end—in other words, if the Administration loses before the Supreme Court.”

The Administration apparently has a contingency plan to protect insurers, Orient notes, but what about patients? “Millions lost their existing plans, which they liked, when ACA forced them to be pulled from the market. People had to buy an ACA-compliant replacement plan, usually much more expensive, and they could now lose that too.”

“What will be left?” AAPS asks. “Will Congress repeal ObamaCare and all its impossible mandates on insurers and the medical system? Or will Americans be forced into Obama’s preferred system of total dependence on government—and its completely untrustworthy promises?”

Sen. Hatch has demanded documents from CMS so that the Senate Finance Committee can conduct oversight.

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) and other Republicans are proposing transition plans such as the Winding Down Obamacare Act, which are intended to protect patients from loss of insurance, and to prevent the Administration from exerting coercive pressure on States to establish Exchanges that would further cement ObamaCare in place.

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) is a national organization representing physicians in all specialties, founded in 1943 to preserve private medicine and the patient-physician relationship. More