Liberal Labor Union Leaders Rejecting Obamacare
Obamacare will raise the cost of union healthcare plans, and that’s causing an outcry from the AFL-CIO, and many other liberal individuals and groups.
The “Affordable Care Act,” derisively dubbed “Obamacare” is considered by most politically aware critical thinking Americans to be an obtuse intrusion in to our personal lives and finances as well as a blatant violation of our intrinsic rights expressed in our Constitution.
Not only is Obamacare illegal, wildly unpopular (34%), and conveniently exempts special interests like big business and the congress who voted for it, but it fails to fulfill the stated goals of the administration.
For example, under the legislation, health insurance costs will go up for most Americans, and millions who choose not to purchase health insurance and opt out entirely will face the IRS, an organization that continues to be publicly exposed for targeting Americans who advocate for individual liberty and Constitutional Rights. Meanwhile the quality of care will be reduced while waiting times are expected to rise.
Obamacare runs at a deficit and is funded by money from Medicare, and many Americans are concerned that Medicare could be bankrupted by the failed policy.
The 2,700 page law imposes new mandates and policies which will be forced on doctors and care providers, causing many to leave the profession in early retirement, and others to abandon the idea of entering medical practice altogether.
Ultimately, these and other practical criticisms of the law, while noteworthy, are not necessary except to the uninitiated in the philosophy of liberty.
The federal government, or any other entity or group, have no right to force you, a free person, to purchase any product or service, or compel you to be examined, searched, or evaluated by any medical or security professional.
That is your right as a free person. It is up to you whether or not to exercise it, or to roll over like a dog and submit to this illegal and immoral law.
Of the many “solutions” to the problem which We’ve heard peddled on “conservative” talk radio, (and perhaps we should pursue all of them,) the one I have not heard is that which is so obvious, which is to say No.