Friday, October 30, 2009

Mirror, Mirror

Is anyone else troubled by the fact that every healthcare bill these constitutional butchers put forward doesn't include them? I mean, isn't it obvious they're screwing us? C'mon people, wake up. I personally don't believe in socialism, with the exception of education, and children's welfare. I'm not heartless, but I don't like the fact junkie's use their welfare to get crack. I'm sure no one else likes the situation either, well maybe the junkie. I see people sitting on the corner, waiting for someone to roll down their window and give them some change. I don't have a problem with helping people, but sympathize more if their pathetic cardboard sign said, "will work for food," instead of "hungry, anything will help." These people have learned that they don't have to work, and soon, they'll have free healthcare. How is this going to encourage productivity in an already troubled economy? How is this constitutional? I just don't see it. There's just not one mention of healthcare in the Constitution, the 10th Ammendment clearly states: Amendment X The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. But aside from this, our guilded plan does not include the very people we're supposed to trust to make it better. I understand who benefits from this, and it's not good. We already have medicaid, and let me tell you the seniors ain't exactly roses about that setup. Now, they'll force you to get health insurance. Doesn't that sound wrong in America? Congress & Obama shouldn't force us to get insurance, especially if they're not willing to put their own families on it. All in all this just looks like another government takeover. They took over the banks, financial sector, automobile business, and now healthcare is the new target. If healthcare is passed, there will be trouble. Do we really want to go to the DMV to get a checkup, or referral to a specialist? Why does the government demand access to our medical records? Why won't Congress impose them on themselves, and the rest of the Federal Government? It's obvious something stinks here. Unfortunately, it's the entire Federal Government.

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