It is not my place to judge ObamaCare supporters. Like most Americans, they have not taken the time to learn the ramifications; however, the people who designed it are deserving of judgement.
There is a simple idea called Justice. It has two parts.
Perfect Justice comes into play when a specific person is assigned responsibility to a duty. Upon failure to perform this duty, the person is considered negligent.
Imperfect justice is when a group has a duty, possibly implied, to perform. For instance, if a crime is committed and I as a citizen could stop the crime it may be my general duty, but it is not my specific responsibility. If I do not stop the crime, I may be a coward but I am not negligent.
Free market health care has an imperfect responsibility to provide the best possible care to all members of society. If someone becomes sick, it is not someone else that bares responsibility to treat that sickness. The person who becomes sick has a number of options if they feel that appropriate care is unavailable. They can try to get a job with benefits, apply for aid, get a different insurance company, appeal for help to family and friends, etc...
If for some reason they cannot avail themselves of proper care and die, it may be the free market that is at fault, but only imperfectly because responsibility is shared within the limits of human society.
ObamaCare drags us all into a perfect responsibility to provide care. The designers of the system, whether through ignorance or immorality, bare complete responsibility for everyone who does not receive adequate care. Government is known to be less efficient than the free market, which translates to the fact that more people will not receive adequate care. This is criminal negligence. Worse yet, they intend to force tax payers to be complicit in this negligence and immorality.
New York Times on March 26, 2010 under the disguise of "income inequality" which is a politically correct, fictitious notion based upon statistical groups that does not correlate to individuals.
What is also undeniable is that the system designed by ObamaCare will be accused of murder the first time someone sues the government due to inadequate care. As citizens and tax payers, our money will be used to defend this system against our fellow citizens. Passing such a bill against the will of Americans is immoral.
I am not portraying the average American that supports the bill as evil, but the supposedly "elite leaders" who created and lied to promote this bill to gain political power over the American people surely understood the implications. If they did not, they were criminally negligent, negligent in their oath of office, and blinded by greed of power.
Americans are moral people and have no duty to God or country to be complicit in this immoral law. That is why the bi-partisan opposition must be labeled racist or extremists by the radicals who intend to impose their malicious will upon the world. The administration will continue to poke, attack, and abuse the public in the hopes that the public will react back. They must continue to blind their supporters to the truth, because that is the fundamental tenet of Machiavellian power...deception.
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