Forced Health-Care Is Unconstitutional

The passage of the health-care bill signaled a change in our country. No longer are we the free people we were just a couple days ago.

Under this new plan you will be forced to carry health insurance or face a fine. You will be required to pay specific amounts for that health care. The amount you pay will be determined by the IRS based on your income. If you don’t purchase a government approved health-care plan, you will be fined and/or go to jail.

Never before in our country’s history have the American people been forced to purchase any product, be it food, clothing, insurance, or otherwise. Some people are using the “you are required to purchase auto insurance aren’t you” argument, but that doesn’t fly. Laws concerning auto insurance are state laws, not federal laws. Under the 10th Amendment to the Constitution, the federal government does not possess the authority to do this.

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Health-care for everyone may sound good, but forced health-care insurance is unconstitutional at the very basic level in the Bill Of Rights.

There are a lot more issues with ObamaCare than the unconstitutionality of it, and I’ll discuss some of those over the coming week or so. For today, here are some more links about the bill.

It didn’t even get out of the gate and ObamaCare is doomed.

The ink isn’t even dry and attorneys general across the nation have filed suit against the bill.

Tomorrow is another day, and I am sure there will be 1,000 more reasons why ObamaCare will never be enacted.

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3 thoughts on “Forced Health-Care Is Unconstitutional

  1. It is time that the people be heard – why is it that behind closed door deals,bribes and promises be made to those that it won’t even effect. I sent emails, and faxes to my representatives but they are not listening – and now this law that Obama forced upon us needs to be repealed. I am disgusted at our legal system, our judicial system – nothing is like what our forfathers indended – We need reform but not this kind – our insurance companies need to be watched and monitored and governed for the people’s interests, not theres. November will see the Democrats go down but what can we do about the damaged they have done so far?

    • After the election in November, as well as the 2012 election, we need to make sure we hold those elected officials accountable for every action they take. Whether it’s big or small they have to understand that Democrat and Republican alike need to do what the people sent them there to do, not what they may want to do.

  2. It is unconstitutional. With the next round coming, legalizing illegals and giving felons the right to vote I’m worried the next election will not change the power of the left. I think the moderate Democrats voted with the Progressives because they were promised they would not lose in 2010. Please give me hope I’m wrong.

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