But that is exactly the intent — take away your freedom.
If they can declare that you must buy something,
They can declare that you must buy everything according to their wishes.
You are a slave.
Fight this evil to the death.
Yet I do not have a right to my own body in regards health care. I must have it and I must have what they say I need or not.
"Often wrong, but never in doubt."
this is assuming you have oodles of freedom under your current healthcare plan. most people don’t. i always hear them bitching about what isn’t covered, or how little something is covered.
i think the focus of the article is wrong. you have more redress options to get more care, closer to what you want, if you can’t get exactly what you want, now, with private insurers, who you can also sue if necessary, than if government is your only healthcare source. neither are panaceas, but you have more options, and government isn’t playing both roles of insurer and dispute decider when you have private-sector health insurance.
It’s your attitude that’s wrong, you should want to live in a concrete cage and cooperate with the master plan.
Wonder what game plan for fraud the cons have ready for Obamacare?.
Ahhh... the great unanswered question.
Unanswered since it was never asked by the incompetent (complicit?) "loyal" opposition.
I still believe that individual citizens do not have standing to plead anything before the Supreme Court. And that Court cannot initiate grievances on its own.
That initial question defines the great difference between Citizens and subjects.
I wonder whatever happened to "...petition the government for a redress of grievances?" If it can't be done by the aggrieved citizen, it doesn't exist.