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10-11-2011, 04:37 PM   #1
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Supreme Court predicted once again to vote against America Tuesday

–Supreme Court predicted once again to vote against America Monetary Sovereignty – Mitchell

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But you may not see why America, as a civilized nation, should have universal health care insurance, i.e. Medicare for all, paid for by the federal government. You may have been sold the Tea/Republican “self reliance” myth, where real Americans don’t need or want government help. Or were you sold the “sustainability” myth, which claims federal deficit spending is not sustainable, whatever that may mean. Or perhaps, you have been sold a bill of goods to believe the “federal finances are just like my personal finances” myth.

Aside from the fact that our Monetarily Sovereign nation can afford any spending, and aside from the fact that federal deficit spending has not caused inflation for more than 60 years, you may not know some of the benefits the new law would have provided you.

The irony is that had Congress voted to tax Americans, as it does with FICA, there would be no controversy. We have been brainwashed to accept tax payments as our requirement for being Americans. But, because Americans are being asked to pay private companies, instead of the government, there is a massive (politically motivated) hullabaloo.

One of many ironies is, paying taxes to the federal government harms the economy, while paying private insurance companies does not. Isn’t it amazing how we have been programmed to disdain our own best interests?
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The Supreme Court case, which threatens to eliminate the entire law, together with all its benefits, is entirely unnecessary. The government should not ask people to pay for health care. It should pay, ala Medicare.

Instead, a weak-kneed Obama administration “compromised” with (aka caved to) the Tea/Republicans and agreed not to seek a single payer (Medicare) option. So very soon, all you millions who now or soon would have, benefitted from the new law, may lose those benefits.

So whom do you blame? The feeble, inept Obama team, or the “defeat-Obama-no-matter-whom-it-hurts” Tea/Republicans? Either way, your life and the lives of all Americans may be made worse by a right-wing Supreme Court.

I award Congress two traitor images for putting election politics ahead of what is good for Americans.


10-11-2011, 07:51 PM   #2
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The Globe and Mail had an article where the governor of Montana is proposing to bring in Saskcare. Look it up.
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