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Obamacare Ruling a Dark Day for America -- but With a Major Upside

Paul6310 Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 9:43 AM
Are you a subject or a citizen? If you can answer that question intelligently, then you wouldn't have needed to ask the one you did. Just to help: if I am compelled to act in order for another person to exercise an action, then what they have is not a right. A right can be exercised without anyone else having to do anything they don't voluntarily want to. Again, you should know this. If you don't then hand back whatever piece of paper suggested you were entitled to be called 'doctor'.
ConcealedCarry Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 9:57 AM
Healthcare is a transaction. As with any transaction, the questions are who pays and how much?

The Supreme Court's ruling in Obamacare v. the United States of America is yet another body blow to the U.S. Constitution's principle of limited government and the freedom tradition, but there is a major upside.

Despite President Obama's opposition to an individual mandate when he was debating Hillary Clinton during the Democratic presidential primaries and despite his postelection insistence that Obamacare's mandate does not constitute a tax, his lawyers insisted otherwise, and the Supreme Court bought it. So we have a law with enormous reach -- one-seventh to one-sixth of the economy -- having been fundamentally misrepresented to the...