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Healthcare Insurance Non-Optional (for now), But States Fight Back
Life, liberty and the persuit of happiness.
Dec 17, 2010 - When running for the office of President in 2008 Barak Obama refuted Hillary Clintonís idea for
mandating that all citizens of the United States purchase health insurance. In fact he stated that he did not
believe American donít have insurance, not because they have not been required to, but because they cannot
afford it. However since being elected he has turned 180 degrees and now supports forced purchases of insur-
ance. Since no one is calling his hand on it in the mainstream media, the Lomax Report is doing so. Ok, itís out
there now.

Now with the new health laws that Obama and the Democratic-left have forced, citizens will be required to
purchase insurance. This is an insurance corporationís dream come true. Now everyone is required by law
to purchase their product. If the government passed a law that every citizen must own a car, then dang Spanky,
General Motors would shout ďhoo-ray!Ē Just look at all the new sales they would make, even though it starved
people out. Now thatís the Democrat party at itís best. We know the Republicans are corrupt as dog crap,
but these yay-hoos take the cake.

In this past election cycle the Republicans gained ground in congress and the GOP politicians began shouting ďthe public has spoken.Ē Baloney, the public did not choose the GOP because they wanted more of their corrupt ways, they were just sick of the garbage that the liberal left was forcing down the throat of Americans.

Thankfully twenty (20) states have filed federal suit, fighting the new laws. During court U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson questioned the ability of the Federal Government to require people to purchase insurance or face tax penalties just because everyone requires health care. Judge Vinson said that under that logic people could be required to buy shoes and groceries.

Attorneys for the U.S. administration stand firm on forcing insurance on people by holding Medicare and Medicaid benefits over their head. The overt threat one could see here is ďif you donít go along then you donít get Medi-care/aid for your citizens.Ē This heavy-handed manner is usually found in Republicans, now the Democrats are taking a lesson from them in an attempt to strong-arm the states.

States involved in the law suite are Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington.

As stated in previous articles, the Lomax report took note that in the last two election cycles moderates (not the liberals, but true, middle-of-the-road moderates) have gained a substantial following. Ron Paul took a good hold when running for the GOP nod and in this past election cycle several independents and moderates gave the Big Two some heat. Next election just consider an independent or a third party when election time comes. Its time for something new.