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Old 07-08-2013, 03:43 PM   #124
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Originally Posted by Pawnmower View Post
YOU were the one who did that. The statres are FREE to set up the exchanges how they want to.

Or they can opt out, and let the feds set up the exchanges...

or they can collaborate with the feds if they want to

This has nothing to do with national socialism , the insurance companies are still private...

Wow.....
No, because if they don't then the Federal govt has to pay for them. So it's still originating from the central govt and that's where it's being called for as a matter of law.
It is not the same as car insurance either....as that is driving on state property whether it's federal or state or local.


If the insurance companies are still private, but there is a mandate that by definition makes it fascism ( aka national socialism). A single-payer would be socialism.
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