Thursday, August 6, 2009

Why I'm Against Obamacare

First and foremost, any individual provision or policy in the massive healthcare reform bill, over 1000 pages now, that I disagree with is effectively negated by the fact that no where in the constitution does it say that the federal government has a right to do any of what's its proposing.

Where does it say that health coverage is a right that the federal government can control and provide.

We Americans enjoy the greatest healthcare in the world, but for some reason the Democrats would have you believe that people are dying in the streets because of a lack of medical care.

I don't see kings, princes and leaders of nations flocking to Canada for healthcare.

They flock to this country and my state in particular and go to the world famous Mayo Clinic.

The only thing the government can do effectively is wage war and we can't even do that right all the time.

The government has no place in healthcare and would only cause more problems than it would solve.

The fact is that they can't even pay for it without a massive tax increase on all Americans.

They claim the rich will pay for it, there are not enough "rich" people to pay for it.

This is just one more example of how this administration is trying to play class warfare and put us against each other.

Democratic leaders have also come out in full force to ridicule anyone who speaks up against Obamacare, saying that it is all manufactured, unlike what Acorn has been doing of course.

Its not that difficult, people are fucking mad!

They don't want what you are trying to sell them and if you keep trying to force it down our throats we are only going to get madder and more vocal.

Do we need some reform with regards to healthcare?

Yes we do, but what we do not need is to completely change it and the care we receive.

We also need tort reform and a limit on lawsuits, lawsuits that have dramatically raised healthcare prices by making insurance for doctors insanely expensive.
All of that is a moot point because the constitution says nothing about a right to healthcare.

Can you Democrats please actually read the constitution, considering you swore to defend it from all enemies, both foreign and domestic.
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1 comment:

cary said...

Don't forget to report yourself for this post.