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Obamacare Victory Inspires Healthcare Mixtape: Ten Songs to Get Healthy To

Read about President Obama's recent visit to South Florida and his opening act Marc Anthony.

Much to the chagrin of Republicans and fans of disease everywhere, today the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Obamacare. Formerly called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law will help you in your quest to get that five-year old gunshot wound treated properly and that itchy patch on your backside examined.

Listen up, 30 million uninsured Americans, whether or not you're thrilled about this news, the reality of it will keep you alive longer than anything passed under a McCain regime. So, celebrate with a trip to the hospital and play some of these medically inspired tunes. The bill's on us.

10. Toni Braxton - "Un-Break My Heart"
The challenges Obama met with Congress when trying to fulfill campaign promises saddened his supporters. Today, though, is the day Barack and the Supreme Court mends those anguished hearts, un-breaking them, if you will, and healing them with health insurance.

9. Bon Jovi - "Bad Medicine"
As you can imagine, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is not exactly a happy camper right now. According to an article in the HuffPo, Romney said, "If we want to get rid of Obamacare, we're going to have to replace President Obama." Think again, Mitt. Obamacare is contrary to "bad medicine," or at least the Supreme Court thinks so.

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