Executive order mandating lifestyle behavior

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While the nation has its eyes and ears focused on the blame game ping-pong match between President Obama and BP top brass, President Obama on Thursday, June 10, quietly announced a new Executive Order establishing the “National Prevention, Health Promotion, and Public Health Council.” You will "change" to my liking!

Claiming the “authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America,” President Obama has truly gone off the deep end this time in his most atrocious attempt to date to control every aspect of Americans’ lives.

We need to focus on what is before us not what could be.

I am not saying that it will not happen just that it has not happened yet. Some things are and we need to keep our eyes on them.

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They don't want people to be healthy they want to ensure you eat all thier processed poisoned crap and have to spend money to buy the drugs their big pharma drug pedallers make when you get sick from eating thier crap.

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According to the Executive Order that details the President’s “National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy,” the Council will be charged with carrying out ” lifestyle behavior modification” among American citizens that do not exhibit “healthy behavior.” The President’s desired lifestyle behavior modifications detailed in Sec.

6 (c) focus on: ■smoking cessation; ■proper nutrition; ■appropriate exercise; ■mental health; ■behavioral health; ■sedentary behavior (see Sec.

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