Tea Party Lawmaker Letter on Med Device Tax Repeal Authored by Lobby Group

LowenLowen9/29/2013 4:18:33 pm PDT

re: #93 sagehen

Why don’t you take it upon your self to make certain that you can support the child, just like everyone else. But even before that a responsible person would make certain they use birth control in the first place - I just don’t want to pay for it any more than I am obligated to pay for any other kind of your recreation.
Further, taking the position that someone disagrees with you because they want to deny anyone health care it a shallow false argument. Obamacare as written is by it nature an extremely inefficient means of health care delivery where a smaller percentage of the health care funding actually makes it to level of actually paying for the care. There are other more efficient ways to deliver health care to everyone and the fact that the majority of Americans do not want Obamacare as written should be a wake-up call. Most people want to maintain their privacy; most people want choice of care; most people want reasonable pricing. All of these are compromised under Obamacare and furthermore, bringing the IRS into the health care industry is repugnant to the majority of Americans.
No one is objecting to persons obtaining health care. Its the means of delivery that is objectionable - in addition to penalties I have to pay for not enrolling.
Regardless of the Supreme Court findings, Obamacare offends the sensibilities of the majority of Americans and makes a repeal replace proposition in a sober, deliberate environment, the preferred alternative to the present statute (secretly I am hoping that they leave Obamacare to implode under its own weight. There’s nothing like a painful lesson to teach us not to let government meddle into what needs to be private industry). I think it will hit all of our pocketbooks, hard, and then we’ll see what the opinion of America becomes.