ewlol wrote:This is the most ridiculous thing I thing I have ever read in my entire life.
0 Doctors? What on the fucking earth are you smoking.
P.S. Ain't nobody saying FREE universal health care, bro.
P.P.S. How much Glen Beck have you been watching lately? Wait, make that Fox News in general.
Is it that you're for ignoring rules placed on governments, or for no rules at all?
What is universal health care? Can you tell me what it is? It's not just a paradigm of health care, it's someone from government enforcing a system, right?
Who is going to have to implement universal health care? Do you suggest the federal government? Have you read Art. I, Sec. 8? Why do you want Congress to exercise a power the do not have? What is the point of granting Congress any power if they can exercise every power?
Of course "free" or not "free" universal health care is not going to be free, especially for those service providers who are now under some governmentally enforced mandate. How can it be universal without the mandate, a mandate which forces one thing or another, and those people being forced with be any of the following: doctors, hopsitals, insurance, etc.
0 doctors (or 0 insurances, etc.) is a thought experiment: what if all persons who are now in that profession dropped it? How would universal health care be implemented? So to whom is it fair to constrict those persons simply because of those professions they have chosen? How far away from slavery would we be willing to approach to implement this universal health care?
As for foxnews derogations and implications, you should know that I very aware of the two-party tag-team of tyranny who regularly break the rules for government, for which a federal health care bill is but a single example. But it is the example for several pages on this thread. I don't watch this foxnews and I knew that government had rules to follow, too, long before glenn beck, whom I also don't watch, became some 'popular' tv figure.
I don't understand why people are so obsessed with force at the federal level. Why not just try to put through universal health care some lawful way? It's clear that decades and decades of lawbreaking have given people the wrong idea about their government, each lawbreaking making the people think it is more right, and each people asking their government to break more law leading to more lawbreaking.
Could you please provide something less ridiculous than violating the supreme law of the land?