A simple fact remains that no one has yet mentioned. Whenever any bill has
provisions that benefits any particular group of people, those benefits have to
be paid for by someone else... one way or the other. No exceptions! There is no
such thing as a free lunch or a free ride, as many politicians would like us to
believe, when making re-election promises. It simply can't be done.
Economic laws are as enduring as the law of gravity. There is no getting around
any established law of nature. Someone (taxpayers) will ultimately have to pay
for every promised benefit in that enormous and mostly still misunderstood
"healthcare" bill. It literally entails thousands of pages. (Remember
Pelosi... "We have to pass it so we can see what's in it." Ultimate
political stupidity!) The Supreme Court actually categorized Obamacare as
a tax, which was the main reason it was allowed to stand. How many good taxes do
you know of? Every single one takes money from taxpayers pockets... including
this one. In fact, independent analysts have concluded that it will amount to
the biggest tax increase in our country's history. Please beware!
"That some should be rich, shows that others may become rich, and hence is
just encouragement to industry and enterprise. Let not him who is houseless pull
down the house of another.”-Abraham Lincoln
The contents of this healthcare law, should have been displayed on a web sight
for all people to read, analyze, and discuss.Some people think
healthcare will be free, without knowing whats on those two and a half thousand
pages.Obama talked of a transparent administration.
@no fit in SG:"President Obama will be remembered for many
beneficial historical things, one being policies put into place to insure that
all American citizens will have health insurance.Mitt Romney will be
remembered for one of the things he did as a state governor....his instituting
of a health care plan for the citizens of Massachusetts."Mandatory government-furnished health insurance/care is a state issue... not a
federal issue. States have no restrictions except the say-so of the voter. The
federal government is limited in power, so says the US Constitution.
For friends who have hesitation about Mitt Romney consider this:Justice Scalia just turned 78Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later
this yearJustice Breyer will be 76 in AugustJustice
Ginsburg turned 81 about a week ago.In addition:Justice
Ginsburg reportedly has Pancreatic Cancer.Justice Stephens has
already said he would retire and is just waiting for Obama to be reelected.The next president could appoint as many as 4 new Justices over next 8
years. This election is about more than ObamaCare Tax.We wish them
all well, but the brute fact is that whoever we elect as president in November
is almost certainly going to choose at least one and possibly four new members
of the Supreme Court affecting our lives for decades to come.If you
don't think it matters whether the guy making those calls is Mitt Romney or
Barack Obama, I think you're smokin' something funky.So
for anybody who is thinking of not voting because your favorite didn't get
nominated, or writing in a candidate who can't win, imagine this: SUPREME
COURT JUSTICE ERIC HOLDER?Columnist Andrew McCarthy
Making the workers pay for the softies is un-American.With the Obama
term, America is transforming into a nation of beggars and whiners.
Bwaaah!-Romney is rich. Not fair. Bwaah.
Healthcare is affordable to anyone who's willing to work for it, nulti- or
mega- millionaire or not.
Affordable healthcare sounds good...What's affordable mean to a
megamillionaire like Romney?
President Obama will be remembered for many beneficial historical things, one
being policies put into place to insure that all American citizens will have
health insurance. Mitt Romney will be remembered for one of the things he
did as a state governor....his instituting of a health care plan for the
citizens of Massachusetts.
Affordable healthcare sounds good.What's affordable mean to a
multi-millionaire like Obama?