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Haynes1701 Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 9:40 AM
We are confusing HEALTH Care with MEDICAL Care. Health care is something WE are responsible for: eating right, exercising, not smoking, wearing seatbelts, etc. Health care is something we as individuals do to avoid having to worry as much about medical care. The whole Supreme Court decision is about mandated MEDICAL Care. That we must provide medical care even if the consumer cannot afford it. So, it is a tax that the rest of must pay to support those who can't or won't pay it.
5Mentarios Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 6:35 PM
No, it's a penalty for those who choose not to pitch in to help pay for it. Call it what u like, those are semantics.

Once ubiquitous, the tie is now frequently being shunned. Whether you’re a presidential candidate, a successful entrepreneur, a cable pundit or a young rebel bucking the Establishment, the open neck look is in style these days. For those who say it is a sign of society’s downward spiral that so many are shunning “appropriate business attire,” the Supreme Court may have the answer: a tax.

By now, we are all well aware that the federal government cannot use the Commerce Clause or Necessary and Proper Clause of our beloved constitution to compel us to wear ties, but they apparently have the...