Go ahead. Here’s the link. Report me when I say that Obamacare is just a gateway to single payer health care. Report me when I call it socialist. Report me for pointing out that the Congress critters have exempted themselves from the plan.
Report me when I point out that all the blathering on about keeping your current coverage is nothing more than verbal acrobatics. Hey, it’s in the bill.
Except as provided in this paragraph, the individual health insurance issuer offering such coverage does not enroll any individual in such coverage if the first effective date of coverage is on or after the first day” of the year the legislation becomes law.
So I can keep my coverage as long as I stay at the same job. If I decide to start a small business and work from home, I cannot purchase an individual plan that continues the coverage that I am already receiving.
Or maybe you should report anyone giving false information about it. How about the people saying it will save money? Or that we will get better care? Or how about all of the people insisting that forcing another person to provide a service is a right? Isn’t that slavery? And yet they say that a doctor must go to school to learn how the body works and then not be compensated for his skills because health care is a right. Hmm. The second amendment protects my right to bear arms. This is an actual right provided for in the Constitution. Will Congress push for a tax or subsidy for those that cannot afford firearms? Will they provide me a podium an audience to exercise my right to free speech? Of course not.
Health care is not a right, it’s a need. It is a need like food and shelter. Those unable to provide these things for themselves are charity cases. Our administration would do well to remember Davy Crockett’s words.
The people have delegated to Congress, by the Constitution, the power to do certain things. To do these, it is authorized to collect and pay moneys, and for nothing else. Everything beyond this is usurpation, and a violation of the Constitution.
We have the right, as individuals, to give away as much of our own money as we please in charity; but as members of Congress we have no right so to appropriate a dollar of the public money.
Not one dollar. It’s not about the uninsured. It’s about the ever-growing power being absorbed by the federal government. They want to decide what charities are worthwhile to spend my money on.