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  • Sebelius: Individuals Can Get A One Year Obamacare Delay -- By Paying The Penalty

    10/07/2013 10:22:02 PM PDT · by i88schwartz · 44 replies
    RealClearPolitics ^ | October 7, 2013 | RealClearPolitics
    Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius defended Obamacare in a very contentious interview with Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Monday night. Stewart pressed Sebelius on why businesses get a one-year delay on Obamacare but individuals do not. After several attempts for an answer, Sebelius eventually said individuals could delay Obamacare for a year -- by paying the penalty. JON STEWART: So this is what some would consider the first mall that's been created [for purchasing health care insurance]. KATHLEEN SEBELIUS: You bet. The first -- new rules for companies. STEWART: So why is it that individuals, though,...
  • Betsy McCaughey to Mark Levin: “[This law] is NOT the Affordable Care Act”

    10/01/2013 9:02:56 PM PDT · by Whenifhow · 59 replies
    http://therightscoop.com ^ | October 1, 2013 | The Right Scoop
    Betsy McCaughey made a great point tonight in an interview with Mark Levin, noting that the Affordable Care Act that was passed by Congress, signed by Obama and upheld by the Supreme Court is not the same law that Obama is currently imposing on the American people. McCaughey says that with all the changes Obama has made to ACA, it is now nothing more than a ‘distorted little piece of the Affordable Care Act’ and says it doesn’t have the status of law because it’s not what they passed: MCCAUGHEY: I have the Obama health law right here in front...
  • It’s the Law, Yes, and Most Americans Oppose It

    10/01/2013 12:16:55 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 30 replies
    The National Review ^ | September 30, 2013 | Jeffrey H. Anderson
    Today, more than three and a half years after the Democrats passed Obamacare into law, the overhaul’s exchanges — its East German–like government marketplaces — will finally, sort of, open for business. The Democrats fully expect their fellow Americans to be so excited about buying government-approved insurance through these government-run exchanges that they’re choosing to shut down the government rather than delay the individual mandate for a year. Better to shut down the government, it would seem, than let Americans freely decide — even for a year — whether or not to buy Obamacare-based insurance. Alas, the individual mandate’s penalties...
  • I Will Not Comply

    09/30/2013 4:56:36 AM PDT · by NCjim · 66 replies
    American Thinker ^ | September 30, 2013 | Matthew May
    Like most members of the Congress that passed it and, undoubtedly, the president of the United States who signed it, I have not read the entirety of the ill-named Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Yet there is one aspect concerning that legislation of which I am certain: I will not comply. I will not comply because I am a free citizen of the United States, not a subject of its government. I consider non-compliance with this monstrosity and the tens of thousands of pages of regulations that are to be enforced by an unelected bureaucracy, and that have left...
  • Initiative would let voters overrule federal law

    07/06/2012 9:37:58 PM PDT · by BigEdLB · 65 replies
    Arizona Daily Sun ^ | // | Howard Fischer
    PHOENIX -- Voters could get the right to overrule federal laws and mandates under the terms of an initiative filed late Thursday. The Arizona Constitution already says the federal Constitution "is the supreme law of the land." This measure, if approved in November, it would add language saying that federal document may not be violated by any government -- including the federal government. More to the point, it would allow Arizonans "to reject any federal action that they determine violates the United States Constitution." That could occur through a vote of the state House and Senate with consent of the...
  • Oklahoma State Rep to File Bill to Nullify Individual Mandate

    07/07/2012 7:59:31 AM PDT · by Idabilly · 34 replies
    Tenth Amendment Center ^ | 7-6-12 | TAC Daily Updates
    “I disagree with the Supreme Court’s ruling and believe that state governments were intended to serve as a check on the federal government,” said Ritze, R-Broken Arrow. “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which is better known as ObamaCare, is an example of federal overreach and my legislation will authorize the state to resist it and ban the enforcement of it.”
  • Scott says Florida won't implement health care law [Govs Walker, Perry and Jindal concur)

    07/01/2012 11:59:48 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 116 replies
    Tampa Bay Times ^ | July 1, 2012 | Tia Mitchell
    ....Under the health care law, by 2014, states must implement a health insurance exchange, or a Web-based marketplace where people can shop for insurance, or defer to a federal program. States need to submit plans to the federal government by Nov. 16 that demonstrate their readiness to launch health exchanges. ....."We care about having a health care safety net for the vulnerable Floridians," Scott said on Fox. "But this is an expansion that just doesn't make any sense." ....."Hopefully we won't have to worry about it because by November we're going to have a new president-elect who is going to...
  • Gov. Rick Scott: Florida won't comply with health care overhaul

    06/30/2012 4:08:27 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 65 replies
    ClickOrlando.com ^ | June 30, 2012
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida Gov. Rick Scott now says Florida will do nothing to comply with President Barack Obama's health care overhaul and will not expand its Medicaid program. The announcement is a marked changed after the governor recently said he would follow the law if it were upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. "Florida is not going to implement Obamacare. We are not going to expand Medicaid and we're not going to implement exchanges," Scott's spokesman Lane Wright told The Associated Press on Saturday. Wright stressed that the governor would work to make sure the law is repealed.
  • How would Henry David Thoreau respond to the SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare?

    06/28/2012 1:29:59 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 10 replies
    Ralph Waldo Emerson goes to see Thoreau, who is sitting in jail, and asks him "Henry, what are you doing in there?" to which Thoreau replies "Waldo, the question is what are you doing out there?".
  • Will you buy health insurance? Or will you not comply?

    06/28/2012 12:15:47 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 99 replies
    What say you to the king? He deemeth that thou shalt buy insurance, or face the wrath of a dictator scorn. You ready to stand on your feet? Or are you living on your knees?