posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 06:46 PM
Now if we look at the 4th amendment it says we have the right against illegal search and seizure without probable cause and a warrant must be
issued. Obamacare will completely violate this because our medical records which are by law bound to our privacy and must be released with our
Thus Obama care is starting down the slippery slope of nullifying the 4th amendment because they will have access to information that takes a warrant
for them to gain access too. Our medical records contain just about everything about our lives.
Exactly. That was kind of my point with showing that medical cases helped set up the "constitutional right to privacy" (especially Roe v. Wade with
medical issues), and Obamacare can wipe out that medical right to privacy with the stroke of a pen.
The courts have shown that they won't stand up to the liberal social programs in this country. When it comes down to it, what are they going to give
more weight to?? The public good (the enumerated Constitutional power the federal government has to provide for the general welfare) or the legal
fallacy of a constitutional right to privacy that was partially put in place by medical cases?
I know it seems like I am arguing a couple of different points, here, but I feel that there is more of a leg to stand on with the lack of enumerated
Constitutional rights for the Federal government to do this. To me, that stands up better against the the argument of human rights and the public
It is going to happen and we are all going to be screwed. I agree with you on everything you are saying, but I can see how they will argue the other
side......and win (and that is what I am trying to point out). I mean, it is for the public good, for basic human rights, for the good of the
It will go through, and neither the fact that they do not have the Constitutional power or right to do this (Obamacare) nor a person's right to
privacy is going to stop them unless enough people who don't want the government taking over their lives stand up and scream loud enough.