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iambornagain Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 1:47 PM
aside from the constitutionality of the health care issue, is the fact that we can not as a country pay for the health care of all. People, we are bankrupt as a nation already. The numbers prove that. We can not possibly pay all the monies due for social security, medicare, and government pensions. It is currently unsustainable. Adding government paid health care, is not even close to being attainable.
genya2 Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 3:37 PM
THIS IS WHAT THIS LIBERAL-SOCIALIST-MARXIST in the White House wants,he want to bankrupt the country and then bild a country witch looks like Europe.
cbartley Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 5:05 PM
Hi genya2,
When Obama gets through with this country, we won't look like Europe, we'll look like the old U.S.S.R. because the socialists--the one's who want run or do run--this country believe that they are gods. They believe that they can reset customs, morals, beliefs we've held for 30 or more centuries and still make society work like Christianity does. Our people believe in God; our leaders don't. Biblically, that does not bode well for our country. VOTE conservatively Christian and Catholic because the Constitution only works if Christians (people who truly follow Jesus and the Ten Commandments) or you won't recognize this country in thirty years. I'll be in my nineties, you'll be stuck with this Nov.'s results.

Michael F. Cannon is the Cato Institute's director of health policy studies. Previously, he served as a domestic policy analyst for the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee under Chairman Larry E. Craig, where he advised the Senate leadership on health, education, labor, welfare, and the Second Amendment.

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