Supreme Court Healthcare Ruling a Victory on the Path to Single-Payer?

~ The Rebel ~ 2012/06/30 13:18:21
The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's signature bill, clearing the way for the largest revamp of America's healthcare system since the 1960s. "This is a huge victory for our side, in spite of all of my concerns with this law," Moore says. "We have to work toward Medicare for all, so that everyone's covered ... We can't allow private insurance making a profit off of people getting sick."

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  • jackolantyrn356 2012/06/30 17:40:30
    It gives the Congress the ability to TAX Americans in whatever the way they choose.
  • ~ The R... jackola... 2012/07/01 15:23:58
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    I read it also now means they can choose your lifestyle.
  • Schläue~© 2012/06/30 14:23:41
    0bozoTax was created to collapse the system on purpose, creating the crisis that progs needs to declare a National Emergency and install their beloved European style socialist plan.

    Regardless if one agrees with or understands Chief Justice Robert's decision, he left it up to the people to decide in November.

    We will have nobody to blame but ourselves if we don't do everything possible to remove the cabal of domestic terrorists who have infiltrated our WH.
  • jackolantyrn356 2012/06/30 14:13:26
    The victory of Tyranny over Freedom
  • Philo-Publius 2012/06/30 14:11:57
    Single-payer has always been the end game, and Obama has been completely upfront about this. Here he is in Iowa City on March 25, 2010, just two days after signing the PPACA into law, telling his audience that the new law was only phase one (the quote below is taken starting at 2:39 into the video, and ends at about 3:40.):

    "But what this is, is a historic step to enshrine the principle that everybody gets health care coverage in this country, every single person.

    And it's absolutely true - it's absolutely true this is a middle-of-the-road bill. This isn't single-payer, which some people wanted. It's also not what the Republicans were looking for... So, yes, this is a common-sense bill. It doesn't do everything that everybody wants, but it moves us in the direction of universal health care coverage in this country and that's why everybody here fought so hard for it."

  • TasselLady 2012/06/30 13:39:04

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