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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    [@Mike] How about a universal healthcare law not tailored to maximize profit for insurance companies? One that people aren’t forced into and fined if they don’t buy a policy? One that doesn’t cause employers to cut the hours of their workers because they can’t afford to insure them as full time employees? One that doesn’t intrude into every aspect of your medical life?

    I’m all for people having health insurance. What I’m not for is the bureaucratic nightmare this thing already is, and how much worse it will get. What has the government ever undertaken that hasn’t turned into a bloated and inefficient mess? Nothing, that’s what. But what really gets my back up over this thing is that the government is telling people how to spend their money. What do they decided next that people need to buy? Home alarm systems? Life insurance? Health insurance for your pet? The precedent has been set, so in theory they can pass a law to make you buy anything they think you need. I, for one, don’t need the government acting as my parent. Check back with me in five years and tell me how much you enjoy ObamaCare.

  2. vandamme

    “All your health are belong to us. Resistance is futile.”

    Belgium got along for a year without a government. Obama thinks he can shut the national parks again and make the Repubs cave.