ObamaCare Video Contest Offers a $5,000 First Prize


By Hadley Heath

During the month of March, Independent Women's Voice is offering thousands of dollars in cash prizes for winning entries in their "ObamaCare Anniversary Video Contest."  This is from their press release:

At IWV, we believe the health care law passed last year takes our country in the wrong direction by putting government bureaucrats in charge of health decisions instead of empowering patients.   We worry that ObamaCare will drive medical costs higher, reduce the quality of care, and ultimately lead to rationing. 

If you share these concerns, we want you to put together a video of one minute or less that dramatizes the problems with ObamaCare.  The video can be clever, personal, funny or touching – however you can make the most compelling case.  So grab your camera, invite your friends and family, and tell your story!

The winning video submission will receive a $5,000 cash prize.  The second and third prizes are $2,500and $1,000, respectively, and there will be one $500 cash prize for an honorable mention. All winning videoswill be featured on IWV's YouTube channeland at iwvoice.org. Winners will be announced at 12 p.m. EST March 23, 2011.

Video submissions about the consitutional challenges to the law are also encouraged.  Read more about the contest and its official rules, and then grab your camera!


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