Saturday, March 06, 2010

States Fighting Back

The power to regulate of health care is not enumerated in the Constitution. Those powers not enumerated in the Constitution are reserved to the state.

Barack Obama's decision to use Unconstitutional means (reconciliation) to pass an unconstitutional law will throw our nation into a state of turmoil and conflict.

The states currently regulate health care. Despite the fact that all fifty states have massive regulatory systems, the very existence of this regulatory regime has been completely absent from the debate on health care.

According to The Tenth Amendment Center Missouri Passed a Health Care Freedom Act.

Passing this massive, unpopular, unconstitutional law through unconstitutional means will cause a massive backlash from the states.

The party caucuses are coming up. Caucuses are the events in the scheduled political process that allows the voice of the people to be heard.

It is the one chance to put an end to the madness of Federally dictated health care. Any good idea from the health care debate can be implemented at the state level. Having different states experiment with different formulations will help us find the best mechanism for regulating care. This method of experimentation an analysis is called science.

Federally run universal care, on the other hand, is a system of totalitarian dictates. "Universal" is simply a euphemism for "totalitarian"

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