Reasons to Reject Obamacare

Idaho’s people are becoming more and more aware of PPACA’s economic damage. It, however, has many more problems that will come with it.

It is first of all morally reprehensible since it requires insurance to cover abortifacients. I will go to jail before I buy insurance that covers these things.

Obamacare also hijacks medicine and is a corrupt gift to big medicine and insurance. If the pharmaceuticals didn’t help write it, I’ll take some.

It is a regulatory maze that will expand big government. It grows the government when we desperately need to shrink it–before it swallows the whole economy.

It will exacerbate our doctor shortage as well, since doctor payments will be cut and bureaucrats hired.

It will increase the cost of medicine, and additionally load us down with new taxes.

It is a revolutionary threat to privacy with your medical and financial data all in one database.

Its effect on jobs nation-wide is already being felt, so expect a hard blow to Idaho tax revenue if we implement it here.

If tax revenue takes a hit, expect more cuts in state funding to the University of Idaho.

With the costs of chronic diseases overwhelming the system, what we need is free and open competition among different schools of medicine. Obamacare will drive Naturopaths and complementary treatments even deeper into the black market.

It should be painfully obvious that one of the things driving this is the exploding Medicare costs nationwide. Obamacare gives the government a tool for rationing the care of our baby-boomers (think of ten years from now). And it won’t be easy to simply buy your way around it, since those that try will be competing with thousands of other seniors doing the same thing and vying for a shrinking pool of doctors.

And the following verse is for the corporate theives and government slugs:
For in vain is a net spread in the sight of any bird, but these men lie in wait for their own blood; they set an ambush for their own lives. Such are the ways of everyone who is greedy for unjust gain; it takes away the life of its possessors. Prov. 1:17-19

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