While campaigning for a fellow physician, Dr. David Janda explains the rationing that is part of Obamacare. Hidden within the Stimulus bill that was passed into law a few months before the passage of Obamacare, is the creation of the Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Research, funded for $1.1 B. Three days after the passage of the Stimulus, Obama appointed the 15-member rationing board. This board determines a ratio by dividing the cost of treatment for any particular condition by the number of years the patient will benefit from the treatment. The ratio is then used to decide whether or not the patient will be treated. Dr. Janda goes on to explain about the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, a federal bureaucrat, who will determine treatment at the time and place of care; about doctors leaving the practice of medicine while the number of patients will be rising, thus further necessitating rationing of care; and about the need to replace Obama and elect people who will repeal Obamacare.