Question of the Day

This is going to be another one of those fact free zones.  I don’t want to hear statistics about why which hypothetical is worse or better off – this is a rhetorical (constitutional) argument.

I want to know what you think of this – and since no one ever engages in intelligent dialog with me about anything but mindless hot-button issues like guns and abortion – or at least get you to start thinking.

If the U.S. government cannot force its citizens to purchase healthcare, can it continue to force us to direct our income in other ways (taxes, car insurance, fees*, etc.)?

*like for a driver’s license, permit to build a pool in your backyard, etc.


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