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Mandated Auto Insurance vs. Mandated Health Insurance

Auto Insurance Mandate is a False Argument Humans are not autos

You've likely heard it. "If the government can mandate auto insurance, then why do you say it cannot mandate health insurance?"

There are at least four major differences (and be sure to read number 4, because it is the most critical):

First ...

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National Healthcare Will Require National RFID Chips

Now that the healthcare bill has passed and been signed into law, one must inquire: How will the federal government keep track of the millions of persons in America now (supposedly) required to operate according to the federal government's healthcare program?

Now that the federal government is ...

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Tax Foundation Breaks Down Financing of $938 Billion Health Care Bill

Tax Foundation Breaks Down Financing of $938 Billion Health Care Bill

Washington, DC, March 26, 2010- The $938 billion health care reform legislation finalized by Congress yesterday is financed primarily through net cuts to Medicare and an increased Medicare tax on high-income taxpayers, according to the Tax Foundation.   The Medicare spending cuts would save $416.5 ...

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Military Express Healthcare Concerns

Military Express Healthcare Concerns

The Health Care Reform legislation had just been voted and not yet signed into law by the President, yet cyber space was on fire with email concerns about the future of military health care, particularly the programs for retirees.

Depending upon the status of the military individual - active duty ...

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Federal Health Care Nullification Act

The following is Tenth Amendment Center approved legislation to nullify federal overreach into the health care industry. Activists, we encourage you to send this to your state senators and representatives - and ask them to introduce this legislation in your state.

click here for additional talking ...

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State AGs Miss Target with Health Care Lawsui

Relying on a federal lawsuit to invalidate the new Health Care Reform Law is not only an uncertain endeavor in the face of decades of bad Supreme Court precedent; it could also take years to go anywhere, according to the Tenth Amendment Center. "The reality is this, considering a lawsuit as the ...

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Obama Signs Business-Hurting, Tax Pledge-Breaking Health Care Bill into Law

Business & Media Institute

In month leading to bill's passage, network evening shows failed to expose job-threatening tax increases or remind viewers of president's 'firm' promise to taxpayers.

After cheerleading and campaigning on the issue for months, the network news media gleefullyreported ...

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Health Alert | Medical Underwriting: It’s Better than the Alternatives

Health Alert | Medical Underwriting: It’s Better than the Alternatives

Paul Krugman says the opposition to ObamaCare is conducting a campaign based on "blatant fear-mongering, unconstrained either by the facts or by any sense of decency." The proponents' case, by contrast, has been principled.

Hmmm.....Krugman and I must be listening to completely different sound ...

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Healthcare Bill Ineligible for Reconciliation for Its Soc. Sec. Changes

Healthcare Bill Ineligible for Reconciliation for Its Soc. Sec. Changes

The House reconciliation bill designed to fix shortcomings in the Senate's healthcare reform legislation cannot legally be considered by the Senate, because it would impact Social Security revenues and therefore is not eligible for the reconciliation procedure.

Former GOP Sen. Rick Santorum of ...

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