Patterson, who has been an outspoken critic of the new healthcare law, has recently launched a new private order company, Private Ordering Cool.
He recently said that he would be opening a private ordering service that would provide private ordering options to all customers, with no pre-approval required.
“I want to give you an opportunity to order from a list of more than 500,” Patterson wrote on Facebook, describing the company.
“When you receive your order, we will get it to you and then we will send it out to your door in the order.”
Patterson also said that the company would be providing private ordering via Facebook Messenger, adding that his company will be using “more secure” payment methods.
Patterson has previously expressed skepticism about the law and his company’s business model, arguing that the law could put his customers in danger.
“It’s just a bunch of lies and lies about this law,” Paterson told Business Insider in April.
“These are the people who are going to be paying for the law.”
Paterson’s business is already operating with some of the lowest levels of consumer scrutiny in the nation, despite the fact that the Supreme Court is considering the healthcare law in a case that could determine whether states can set up private healthcare plans.
In April, Patterson took the unprecedented step of publicly announcing his plans to sue the Supreme and the Obama administration in an attempt to force the courts to overturn the healthcare overhaul.
Paterson had previously stated that he was willing to lose $5 million to $10 million in the lawsuit.
In his Facebook post, Paterson said that although he was “open to negotiation” with the Obama White House, he was unwilling to settle.
“There is no way to have a fair and balanced debate on healthcare,” Patson wrote.
“The administration is out to destroy healthcare.
We’re not going to settle for less.”
Patents and patents have long been the focus of Patterson and other conservatives in the healthcare industry, with Patterson previously being a patent attorney in the 1990s, before becoming a full-time patent attorney and eventually a patent expert.
Patents, patents, patents: Patterson is the latest in a long line of pharmaceutical companies who have threatened lawsuits over healthcare regulations, including the pharmaceutical companies that he is currently suing, Merck and Pfizer.
The Patents Foundation has filed multiple lawsuits against the Obama Administration over its healthcare overhaul, which has also led to the filing of several lawsuits by the pharmaceutical industry.