PS. You can tell it shouldn't be taken seriously because everyone in the comments is just a ranter who this blog obviously caters to for views, as made obvious by one commented screaming "GOD BLESS WESTERN JOURNALISM" and the fact that, if this has an ounce of truth, the Republicans would have picked up on it and mentioned something, but as it stands even Fox News hasn't done a report on it. It's a conspiracy theory. Little more.
I did note this of significance, apparently from the CATO institute:
"According to the Cato Institute, “…by carving out a discrete list of limitations on the Board’s delegated powers, the [Affordable Care] Act implicitly gives IPAB otherwise unlimited power to exercise any enumerated congressional power with respect to any governmental body, industry, property, product, person, service or activity.” And just like Congress, the IPAB has been given the authority to appropriate federal funds and impose conditions for their receipt. This means “the Board could propose…to require states to implement federal laws or to enact new state laws in order to receive federal funding.”