Friday, June 22, 2012

ObamaCare, Commodity or a Right?...

by: Les Carpenter
Rational Nation USA
Liberty -vs- Tyranny

h/t: The Griper's World

Points methinks everyone should be able to understand.


  1. I find it fascinating that liberals who adamantly insist there is no natural right to life, liberty and property nonetheless invent all kinds of rights involving fanciful notions like a "living wage" and the right to health care.

    1. Silver, reading Jersey's following comment is the word caricature of the statists position with respect to natural rights.

      Simply amazing, as well as it gives reason for extreme concern. Indeed.

  2. Of course rights cost money. Reality dictates that there must be some social control over interactive behavior. And THAT costs money.

    ALL rights cost money.

    Money is trade, and in a modern, developed society, money is the necessary exchange.

    Healthcare is far more than a commodity. It can be described as a commodity, but any thinking, rational adult can see the lack of humanity, progress, and ethics in that line of thought.


    1. Jersey you are so clueless AT the philosophical level on this one I won't even bother to say what I am thinking.

  3. Obama officially lost me on this issue when he gave all of those waivers to his SEIU buddies and then tried to stick it to self-insured Catholic businesses. That, in my opinion, was quite ballsy.


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