The Affordable Care Act's (ACA) mandate is an attack on our liberties and freedom of choice. It is a bailout for the insurance companies. It is not health care for the American people. It is another right and choice taken away by the lobbying of the billionaires who run our elected officials or are our elected officials to line their pockets. This includes corporations; remember they are people too...
We are sheep being led to slaughter as we a lulled by a false reform of healthcare that preys on our past sufferings from insurance company abuse. This Act gives a false sense of reform and/or resolution. This Act will be gutted by future administrations and any
insurance company reforms will be removed. The mandate will remain. I have been led to the well of reform but, I am not drinking.
The Supreme Court makes its decisions not just on the case before them but also on how it was defended or opposed which, brings to attention Chief Justice Roberts writing the majority’s decision. The government’s case for the ACA was so poor; he had to come to their defense. What does that say about the Act? I have my suspects. The mandated payment of premium is too important to the pockets of supporters of both parties, especially the GOP to
let it slip away.
We continue to the give up our rights as they work on and manipulate our emotions of fear, our status of desperation, our financial picture of doom and gloom...
This issue will be before the Supreme Court again and I will not contact my Congress person. I am encouraged to use my right to petition the Supreme Court to present arguments to any case that is before them as "A Friend of the Court." Such status/permission may not be granted so for me, I will include my points of argument in the petition. I will review the talking points of the Court’s decision and address them in my petition as “A Friend of the Court.” The Supreme Court is the only court that cares to hear from the people and not just those in the legal industry.
They are playing politics with our health. They have associated taxes with our health and illness. Those who have nothing to do with caring for our health are profiting from our illness, short chaining our providers and discouraging entry into the field of medicine. Is this reform? How does this benefit our