Subject opinion to coercion: whom will you make your inquisitors? Fallible men, governed by bad passions, by private as well as public reasons. And why subject it to coercion? To produce uniformity? But is uniformity of opinion desirable? No more than of face and stature.

- Thomas Jefferson

Federal Healthcare > Constitution

Let us consider a healthcare plan proposed by the federal government is better and cheaper than anything going. We still have to ask a simple, basic question:

Being that our country was founded on the premise of a limited federal government, where in the Constitution is the authority for the federal government to become a healthcare/insurance provider? In fact, does the Constitution not in fact prohibit the federal government from getting involved in these matters?

If the government is no longer bound by the law set forth under the ratification of the Constitution, why are the people bound be laws?

posted at 16:33:01 on 08/11/09 by clearpolitics - Category: The Cause - [Permalink]

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Exactly right. wrote:

Exactly right.
08/12/09 23:02:59

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