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By Greg L | 1 November 2013 | National Politics | 3 Comments

Gee, I wish someone would have presented these arguments to Democrats when we were debating whether to enact TrainWreckCare. Had someone pointed these arguments out to President Obama, that it is unfair to penalize people for not buying mandatory insurance they cannot afford, maybe things would have turned out differently.



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  1. Jack Slimp said on 2 Nov 2013 at 10:07 am:
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    The gullibility of people who love liars is a study for the ages. And it’s often hard for them to understand the consequences that follow. Then they blame anything but reality.

    That debate between two of the best — a classic.

  2. Scout said on 2 Nov 2013 at 3:01 pm:
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    It’s also important to point out that people who elect not to insure themselves and who have major illnesses or accidents often end up costing the tax payors enormous sums for their care. It should no more be permitted for a person to go without health insurance than it is for a person to drive without automobile insurance. Genuine inability to pay can be addressed through public assistance. The savings in keeping impecunious or reckless people under some sort of health care coverage more than offsets the public cost of subsidies.

  3. D. Bowman said on 4 Nov 2013 at 9:06 pm:
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    I’ve heard arguments from the left that Obamacare will save money by covering those previously uninsured, thus reducing the number of people that will seek out medical treatment and skipping out on the entire bill. However, if the taxpayer is subsidizing the policy of the uninsured, and then still getting stuck with paying the portion of the medical bill that insurance doesn’t cover, where are these supposed savings coming from? Some folks seem to think that giving away insurance policies is suddenly going to make people want to be responsible for themselves.

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