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Sick and Tired of Obamacare
By John Tate
March 07, 2011
Power over our very lives.
It's getting harder and harder for them to conceal their true intentions - and people are waking up to it.
You see, the debate over nationalized health care isn't about what Congress wants to "give" Americans.
It's not even about health care at all.
It's about power.
Passage of ObamaCare means:
*** Statist politicians will collect more than $570 BILLION in new taxes on everything from prescription drugs and private insurance plans to medical device manufacturers;
*** Big Government will grow even bigger, as the IRS alone will hire more than 12,000 new employees to "ensure compliance";
*** The power of politicians and bureaucrats will expand dramatically as they FORCE U.S. citizens to buy insurance as a condition of citizenship and seize unprecedented control over American health care and businesses of every size.
We can give up and give in. Or we can FIGHT BACK.
As you know, recently a Florida federal judge correctly ruled that the ObamaCare mandate is unconstitutional.
This follows a similar ruling in Virginia.
While the momentum is on the side of health freedom, President Obama will continue to fight these rulings.
And it's far from guaranteed that the Supreme Court will uphold them.
A final ruling could be YEARS away - more than enough time for the mandate to take effect.
If passed, Dr. Paul's bill would end ObamaCare's mandate to force citizens and businesses to carry government-approved health insurance.
You see, some reports show ObamaCare could cost as much as $3 TRILLION or more over the next decade.
The new taxes and "fees" intended to partially cover the outrageous cost of ObamaCare will instead most likely stifle any new economic growth and worsen the recession.
Before each provision of the law even takes effect, insurance companies are already either raising their rates or dropping coverage entirely.
Regardless of which political party is in power, there will be even greater assaults on our remaining health care freedoms until one day, federal bureaucrats are the decision makers in who receives care and who doesn't . . .
. . . and ultimately, who lives and who dies.