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The Final Word On The ObamaTax Automobile Insurance Comparison

02 Jul

Under ObamaCare, the Individual Mandate forcing everyone to buy insurances or pay a penalty was upheld as a ‘tax’ by the Supreme Court.   We’ll call it the ObamaTax.  So, naturally, the progs are once again trotting out the comparison of the ObamaTax Individual Mandate to the State requirements that automobile owners / drivers purchase and keep Automobile Insurance.

How could it be any different?

Simple, Mr. Progressive.  I’ll ask one simple question.

Do you believe that every person in Washington DC, Chicago and New York that does not own a car should be required to purchase and keep Automobile Insurance?

No?!?

Well, that’s the difference.  The difference for the ObamaTax Individual Mandate is that it requires those people to buy health insurance… …sadly not to insure themselves, but to pay for the Healthcare Spending of other Americans.

So, stop your lame apples to oranges comparison to try to explain your Unconstitutional Law.  It ain’t workin’.

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3 Comments

Posted by on July 2, 2012 in Constitution, Health Care, Obama

 

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3 responses to “The Final Word On The ObamaTax Automobile Insurance Comparison

  1. Jimmy Copens

    July 2, 2012 at 1:10 pm

    Blacks Law Dictionary specifies that in order for a contract to be valid, it must meet three criteria–1, agreement between the affected parties, 2, a full disclosure of the facts, 3, valuable consideration.

    Anybody else want their country back?

     
  2. proudamericaninohiousa

    July 7, 2012 at 11:24 am

    God bless you!
    Liberty will not die on my Watch!

     
  3. proudamericaninohiousa

    July 7, 2012 at 11:25 am

    God bless!
    Liberty will not die on my Watch!
    what say you?

     

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