You're missing the point. This is not about affordable healthcare, it is about government control. No one, right or left, wants to see any being suffer and not get the care they need. But the federal government should not be allowed to force citizens to buy something they do not want or cannot afford. What if the federal government decided that we needed to cut pollution so everyone was forced to buy a brand new car with low emissions ratings, regardless of whether or not you could afford the payment? It is not about wanting to see someone suffer, it's about protecting our constitutional rights to freedom. If the government can force us to buy health insurance, what is next?
Good luck with that. This bill isn't set to go into effect until 2014. If your aunt's cancer isn't aggressive she may get to use it, if she is able to find a doctor to treat her and isn't put on a waiting list. Otherwise the only thing she will get to do is pay for it, because her taxes, like everyone else's are going up astronomically.
No I do not think they are. The closest to unionization in the school systems around here are the bus drivers.
I'm not sure what that has to do with the academic performance of their students. If you're going to employ that logic, then every college campus should be graduating geniuses.
That has to be the most ludicrous statement I've heard in a long time. Thanks for the laugh.
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