Did you see all the doctors in the White House rose garden yesterday over a hundred of them. And guess what---all in their white coats ready to go to work for Obama. Wonder who told them what to wear? Obama's staff, or someone else behind the wall of deception around this white house. One thing is certain these guys, these doctors were in lock-step with the great one. I've never in all my years seen a group of doctors have a meeting where they all dress the same. This is scary and reminds me in many ways of what goes on in totalitarian states where the great leader tells everyone what to do. Is Obama already the boss the supreme commander of these doctors who quite obviously are willing to give up their individuality for the sake of the state. No need to get a "second opinion" from these guys because they all think alike, dress alike and act alike. They are in effect "Obama's Zombie Doctors"!
President Obama stands with doctors in the Rose Garden of the White House during an event with physicians from around the country to discuss health care reform
The doctor made a White House call Monday -- 150 of them, in fact, all costumed in white hospital coats -- to try to help President Obama administer a booster shot to his ailing health care reform drive.
White House spokesman Reid Cherlin described the assembled physicians, from all 50 states, as the best voices for reform because they witness the current health care system on a day-to-day basis.
"These folks know better than anybody about what works and what doesn't," Cherlin told FOXNews.com, adding that the physicians come from "a variety of groups that we work with."
But the doctors in the Rose Garden were all supporters of health care reform -- and the invitation-only guest list drew heavily from Doctors for America, a grassroots organization that backs a government-run insurance option.
Roughly 98 percent of the group's 15,000 members support a public insurance option, Doctors for America spokeswoman Megan Smith told FOXNews.com. She said roughly 40 of the 150 doctors who attended the meeting were from the organization.
Cherlin insisted that the doctors "were not invited based on their support for a public option."
Nearly 63 percent of doctors prefer both a public and a private health insurance option, according to a recent survey by the New England Journal of Medicine. read more from FOX