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Does the Health Care Reform Bill (without respect of persons) increase, or decrease individual liberty?

March 17, 2010
To whom it may concern,
Here are several brief, though vital, questions when considering a vote on this, or any health care reform action from the federal level:
  • Does the bill give ANY special government sponsored privilege to a private company, which could hinder open and fair competition?
  • Does it make the real costs of medical treatment more transparent for individuals, empowering them to make better decisions, or does it remove or obscure this information?
  • Does the bill benefit one “class” or group of people, at the obligated expense of another?
  • Can the bill be easily removed or revoked in the case that it fails to achieve it’s proposed results?
  • Similarly, does this bill create a program which individuals could easily become dependent upon for existence, and would thus be obligated to support?
  • Is the bill tailored to address the specific individual needs, circumstances, and choices of each person it effects, or does it focus on broader generalized groups?
  • Finally, does the bill force any action upon individuals – which does not increase or protect their life, liberty, or property?
Whether or not you should vote ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on the current Health Care Reform Bill, can be summarized in one relatively simple question:
Does the bill in question (without respect of persons) increase, or decrease individual liberty?
If this bill results in a gain of personal responsibility, individual knowledge, cost-price-value transparency, more and freer choice, and/or fairer, more open market competition – WITHOUT sacrificing any of the above, than you should vote ‘Yes’.
If it does not, than I must urge you as an American, to vote against such a measure.
This is the only right, just, and prudent course of action.
Thank you.
One Comment leave one →
  1. Barbara Kantor permalink
    March 19, 2010 11:58 am

    Hello, I am a 53 year old wife and mother of 6 children,five of them are now grown and 4 I have home schooled. I became a registered voter last year,sad to say. Since last year I have spent more time reading history,I thoroughly have enjoyed it,and continue. I came across your website yesterday and started to read most of what you have been writing. I am amazed at the founding fathers of our Declaration of Independence and Constitution and other valuable documents,for all the long hours,days,their,lives,families,finances they sacrificed to make us a free,independent people. I live in a very small town in Kentucky,moved here with my family from Cleveland,Ohio,14 years ago. Many people here are friendly but if you are not part of their family then you can not really be their friend. That is fine I am use to it after all these years. My question to you is,how can I find people of the same interest as I? Your website has my interest because it is so truthful and honest. Thank you,sincerely,Barbara

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