The Real Reason for Obamacare: You’re Not Smart Enough


by Michelle Hickford

On Sunday I watched Fox News with Chris Wallace and was riveted to the opening segment interview with Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, brother of former Obama Chief of Staff and Chicago Mayor, Rahm Emanuel.

Listening to Dr. Emanuel it was clear why millions of Americans have been receiving notices canceling their private healthcare plans. Emanuel does not believe individual American citizens are capable of making their own choices concerning their healthcare. And neither does the government.

Do you recognize how threatening the situation is in America? Obamacare, in reality the government, now mandates that you personally must purchase a private sector commodity — in this case healthcare insurance — or be taxed. Our government is now engaging in behavior modification by taxation. It sets a dangerous precedent that the government now has the power to tell you what is best for your most personal decision — your healthcare. Where does it end?

This is the greatest intrusion into the private lives of Americans in our history. And you might recall Thomas Jefferson wrote a little document detailing the intrusive nature of government, which established the United States of America.

This Tuesday there will be an election for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General in the state that gave us President Thomas Jefferson. Terry McAuliffe and the other progressive socialist candidates running believe such as Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, and of course Barack Obama, that government has every right to mandate your life. I tend to believe that Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Mason, and Henry would not support any Democrat running today in Virginia. Which begs, the question why is anyone voting for them now?

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