posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 03:12 AM
reply to post by zzombie
Healthcare is not a right because its slavery and it forces people to pay for somebody else's healthcare right? So your fine with making that
arguement and removing medicaid and medicare while your at it? I wonder how this woman would go with that idea? In anycase the argument she made is
very blurred. By here accounts:
I am being forced to pay for the service of protection over somebody else. Why should I have to pay for somebody else to have police? Why cant I
simply go to a private company and remove any obligation of me paying towards the police force? I dont want the police to protect me. Iv go an AR-15
under the bed to protect myself, Im sorted, so why
should I have to pay for somebody elses?
Why should I have to pay for a veterans healthcare? Your forcing me to pay for somebody else right?
Why should I have to pay towards the post office? After all the founding d fathers made it so that I had to forced
to pay towards the post
office right? Surely the founding fathers are clueless and clearly for slavery if they would have me pay for the service of postage?
How about roads? Technically I am being forced
to pay for somebody elses roads.
There are just so many ways I could just turn around and say I am a slave or being forced
to pay for something to suit my argument. I'd bet my
bottom dollar atleast half those people sitting at town hall cheering this women on supported the war in Iraq. Why did I have to be forced
pay for a war in a country that had nothing to do with my life?
Shall I go on? Im sure you get my point.
As for what the congressman said, his got a point to a large extent. The constitution leaves out the ability of congress to add in rules or laws or to
ammend. This healthcare bill is so washed off from the original public option that would have done this country good but I disagree with the woman in
the video. She clearly doesnt know or understand.
I look forward to your response.