Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Yes, I'm pretty happy about the Virginia case regarding the unconstitutionality of forcing me to buy health insurance. No, it's just not the same thing as auto insurance. I can choose to drive. I can't exactly choose to live. Well, I can, but one can't do so if they're saddled with the Judeo-Christian worldview. Mandatory health coverage through the government is as unconstitutional as our graded tax system. Heh. But what can you do? Frankly, I'm sort of surprised that so many people get it...that they understand how yucky the health care bill was/is. I mean, I'm one of those uninsured folks that the whole argument centered on so much. So I care about the new "tax" or penalty quite a bit. But it's people who already have insurance that are upset, too. It's not just about the possibility of higher costs or poorer care. It's that whole constitutionality thing. Military and roads. Border control and commerce. That's about all we need the Fed for. That's easy to say in Texas, though. I realize we have it pretty good here. Why didn't Jesus just leave us all with the ability to heal people with a word or a touch? I guess 'cause we'd try to be immortal then, and this life is all about death. Isn't that what we're all preparing ourselves for?