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Originally posted by eLPresidente
funny how Obama tried to sell it not being a tax but the only way the SCOTUS could play ball was to give it the tax label.
Now for SCOTUS to rule the 2012 NDAA constitutional so we can all nullify the hell out of it.
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
reply to post by marg6043
is just insane
It is insane, Marg, everyday I wonder about the sanity of the people in government, unless it is all part of a plan we don't know about yet, but have long suspected, that is the only way I can't wrap my mind around it, they are trying to bring the country down.
Originally posted by Indigo5
Originally posted by Jedimind
As usual, Peter Schiff is right on the money.
Well I will give him this...I have rarely seen someone as dumb as him be so articulate.
A state survey of primary-care doctors, done late last year, showed that nearly half said they would not take new Medicaid patients.
Washington state has 5,971 primary-care doctors active in patient care — which works out to one doctor per 1,143 state residents — and ranks 13th best among states
Your written abuse is amusing there Tough guy!
Originally posted by dawnstar
reply to post by Carseller4
maybe I am wrong, but it seems that he may have just assured a republican win for the upcoming elections....
this might even convince me to vote for the republicans, although I have some doubt if romney would do anything about it.. I mean, he was the the originator of the framework for obamacare, wasn't he?
but if that is it, that he's was mainly trying to boost romney's chances...
well...he made the decision on purely political motives. irregardless to the laws. if this was to be found to be true, I would say that he should be removed from the bench!!
But for you personally, there’s an “out” that doesn’t involve leaving the country (although, let’s face facts here, that might not be a bad option either).
You see, if you opt out of ObamaCare and choose no Nanny State insurance at all, you’re supposed to pay a fine to the IRS. But Congress neglected to give the IRS the power to actually collect that fine.
In other words, if you refuse to pay, the IRS can’t as of now file a lien or bring criminal charges against you for the money. Expect a fair amount of bullying and plenty of time in court — but there’s not a word in the 2,700-page law that says they can actually force you to cough up that dough.
Originally posted by butcherguy
reply to post by nenothtu
Then it is an unequal tax, and some people are more equal than me if they can escape the "tax" by purchasing a non-product..
Great point about insurance being a non-product. You pay money for a service that you may never use. It is gambling.
Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by ButterCookie
Both parties are full of crap and voting for them is like choosing between a # sandwich and a giant douche.
In other words, stop buying into the illusion that there is a difference between either because there is not!