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Old 07-08-2013, 04:38 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by Pawnmower View Post

So, JUST LIKE AUTO INSURANCE , fire department taxes, police dept taxes, road taxes etc...... everyone now needs to participate in some kind of minimal, basic coverage so your neighbor doesn't get ****ed by your bill......
NOPE

You fail to distinguish between the states and the national govt. The mandate is national socialism.
Federalist #45 applies to my argument. YOU are centralizing more power and over the everyday lives of individuals.
Your making a collectivist stand when you mention how it affects everyone else.
It's no different than saying, everyone benefits when there are government schools.

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I'm sorry you don't get the connection between types of insurance....it really is not that difficult of a concept. Maybe you need some rest and to take your meds?
This is a logical fallacy. Thank you for conceding your inability to make the connection I am stating or refuting it.
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