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First of all. Yes, healthcare used to be
a good wholesome christian value. Think.... Catholic hospitals
You know what else should be considered a good christian value. Food Stamps. Christianity was founded by a man who, according to some people on these
forums, was a homeless bum who refused to get a job and pay his own way. Yep, I said it, Jesus Christ was nothing more than a social leech who lived
off the charity of others. He could have gotten a job and bought his own food, but noooo, he just had to go mooch his dinner off others. He also fell
into the 47% who didn't pay taxes and if you actually study his teachings
, you'd be surprised to find that Jesus Christ was a progressive
scumbag. It's a damn good thing our founding fathers came around, wrote that constitution and saved us all from the finacial weight Jesus expected us
to carry for those worthless and underserving have-nots who drain the system.
Not only that, but since when did personal responsibilty stop being a part of the GOP moral compass? Having health insurance is no different than
having car insurance. The only reason the GOP wants to stop Obamacare from being implimented is because people will like it
, and they didn't
think of it first.
Ted Cruz doesn’t get that Obamacare *was* the
GOP star: Obama peddling 'crack coc aine' of
“I think the reason is because President Obama can’t wait to get Americans addicted to the crack coc aine of dependency on more
government health care.” “Because, once they enroll millions of more individual Americans, it will be virtually impossible for us to pull these
benefits back from people,” the congresswoman explained.
Additionally Obamacare is called the Afordable Care Act, because it really does
make healthcare affordable! It offers subsidies to lower the
cost of health insurance bringing the premiums to less than 9.5% of incomes between 100% and 400% of poverty level. I've been to the
entered in all my information; family of 5, 43K per year and my family's total
out of pocket expenses would be less than 200 a month, which is less than I was paying for single coverage over 10 years ago on a much lower income.
By the way, you need to go back to Sunday school. Taxes aren't 'anti christian', interest rates are. Jesus spent alot of time preaching against
interest rates, not taxes.
In Matthew 25:31-46, Jesus proclaims that how you treat the
hungry, the thirsty, the sick and other "least of these," is how you treat Jesus himself. And if you fail to help the "least of these," Jesus
promises, he will send you to Hell.
Jesus was liberal
Biblical Basis for Liberal Politics
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