Skip to comments.Obama’s radio address describes health insurance as a ‘right
Posted on 08/18/2013 4:27:11 AM PDT by William Tell 2
President Obama on Saturday offered one of his strongest defenses to date of his signature domestic...
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ANY POS totalitarian thinks that they have a right to FORCE you to do something.
You've heard of Food Stamps ?
I’ve read the Constitution many times and I have yet to see where it says anyone have the right to health insurance.
As for food stamps, I’m pretty sure it says “promote the general welfare” not PROVIDE it!
> ANY POS totalitarian thinks that they have a right to FORCE you to do something.
But its for the “greater good”; their own and no one as long as they have the naieve idiot low info’ers support them. I wonder why Kraft hasn’t been smart and cashed in by coming out with a new flavor of Koolaid, say Obamaid, Benghazi Berry, Scandalous Strawberry, etc...
If health INSURANCE is a right,why do I have to pay for it and better yet why am I forced to PAY for it if it is a RIGHT?
Do I have to pay for free speech,the right to vote,to worship at my church,to travel from state to state,to pursue my interests?
I know I am a racist to think this way but this type of thinking comes from the ghetto,you know whitey who has sneakers I want,or cars I want and can’t afford, so I will smack Whitney in the head and take it.
This poor excuse for a human being is nothing but a ghetto coke snorting Thug.
If it is morally acceptable for one man to claim another man’s labor, as a right, then shouldn’t the Bamster and the Moocher be somewhere in Mississippi picking cotton?
if patients have a right to healthcare, what is the word that describes the provider’s obligation to provide it?
Notice he said Health Insurance was a right (vs. Healthcare). The usual suspects will get Heath Insurance for free. The rest of us (i.e., those who actually work) will pay through the nose for it. Invented rights are just a mechanism for redistribution of wealth.
‘the rodeo clown speaks of?’
That’s just bull! :)
Americans have rights too.
Paramount among those rights is the right to have a legitimate leader. We don’t have one. Instead we have an enigma wrapped in an enigma. He hates this nation, this flag, these people.
We don’t deserve an ‘institution’ like the Federal Reserve that works in concert against the people but for those faceless ones who steer the nation into a one world order corral. Obama is their ranch hand and we’re the cattle.
Yep, a right for congress to have special priviledges and create liberal constituency gullible embarcations to support such tyranny of imposition without term limits.
The States, not the federal government, should decide how the retirement and insurance is for their respective congress members, but they are banding together.
If someone else has to be forced to do something, it is not a right. Besides, like I tell everyone, having health insurance is not the same as having health care. Because they are using a monopoly model, it will be about 30% less efficient than health care is now, and they are underpaying the current bill by about $300 billion a year as it is. That is about a trillion dollar per year decrease in health services. Not insurance but actual services. We’re seeing some of that in higher pricing of the insurance market to compensate, but it will get worse. I’ve always called this the Affordable Crappy HEalth insurance act or ACHE.
Whatever will Valerie Jarrett come up with next!?!?
We do not have a legitimate leader. Valerie Jarrett was never elected, but Obama orates every speech she prepares for him. Valerie Jarrett and the Muslim Brotherhood are in control of Obama. “Al Quaeda is in the house.”
So I have a right to force someone else to pay for my healthcare? If this is such a great idea, why did we end slavery?
I remember being taught that in high school: "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of affordable health care."
Well, of course there is no automatic right to be given any economic commodity. You have a right to buy and thus own a gun, but not a right to have one given to you by the government.