Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Can Obamacare Survive without an Indispensable, Indivisible, Independent, Inseparable , and Inseverable Individual Mandate?

Onomatopoeia – The formation or use of repetitive words referring to previous words that imitate the sound associated with the thing or action in question, echoism.

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March 27, 2012 - I plead guilty to occasional useof onomatopoeia; I like to deploy sounds of words to imitate words that preceded them for rhetorical or poetic purposes.

I find onomatopoeia useful in describing the debate over the individual mandate, which is scheduled to take place today in the hallowed halls of the Supreme Court.

The questions at stake today are:

• Can Obamacare survive without the individual mandate, or will it collapse like a house of Congressional playing cards?

• Can the individual mandate continue to exist separable or severable from the 2700 page Patient Protection Affordable Care Act?

• Can President Obama survive without the continued existence of the Affordable Care Act?

• Can America’s individualistic health system survive in the face of government control of health care decision making?

• Can individual freedom exist as an indivisible concept, or must it depend on government protection?

• Can we continue to be one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all if government intrudes too much upon our lives?

• Can individual taxes, coerced by penalties and government oversight of interstate commerce be considered in the same light?

Each of these questions has two sides. I do not have an answer to these daunting and profound questions. I say: let the justices decide, and let us abide by their decision.

In the meantime, let us admit the current U.S. health system, despite its obvious strength - open and prompt access to some of the world's best care for 80% of its citizens, needs fixing.

We need and deserve a better system – with more economic security and more affordable reliable coverage and care.

We do not need a more bureaucratic, government centralized command and control, standardized and homogenized system that expands government power, requires massive new entitlements, makes us more dependent on government, imposes more insufferable tax hikes on us all, impedes economic growth and hiring, micromanages doctors, rations care, and ignores personal responsibility and behavior.

Let us imagine a better replacement system.

Tweet: Today is day 2 of the Supreme Court debate over the health law’s constitutionality of Obama care and the individual mandate.


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