However, then Mr. Clendening begins to attack not the problem but me. By assuming I am a Republican, part of the tea parties and then to say I am whining.
Mr. Clendening should take note how I answer each one of his complaints about affordable insurance, without resorting to name-calling and personal attacks.
First I am a supporter of gay marriage, the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and I also believe the best way to reduce the government debt is to end the two wars we are fighting not to end terrorism but to build new governments. These three things are enough to keep me out of the Republican Party. I just believe in the Constitution, liberty, personal freedoms.
I would love to know why what a married couple with two children’s price for insurance is my business. (If they make $35,000 a year they already receive an earned-income tax credit from taxpayers.)
As someone that is being asked to help pay for their health care, should taxpayers have the right to see how they spend the money they make? If they have things like cell phones, cable television, a TV in all the bedrooms or a second car. If so, these are all examples of things they chose to buy instead of health care.
The comparison to poor people having the right to a lawyer makes very little sense. Because that is a right that is given to us in the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution. The government also does not demand anyone to buy auto insurance, only people who use a car on roads owned by the government are required to have insurance and they do not make taxpayers pay for other people’s auto insurance. That’s a big difference than making me have health-care insurance for just being alive. The U.S. census released a report last August that of the families in the United States that said they had no health-care insurance that 68 percent of them made over $75,000 a year. That sounds like most people who do not have it chose not to and spend their money elsewhere.
Lastly no one in this country is denied treatment when they are dying. Not even people here illegally. That is just another liberal non-fact that is peddled by the media.