Romneycare is VERY different from Obamacare. Remember that the primary argument against Obamacare is that the federal government has no Constitutional foundation on which to force people to buy a product or service. That has been my argument all along.
Originally Posted by hawkeyegirl
The same rule does not apply to the states, and it's exactly how I feel about gay marriage (might as well throw that in too.) Gay marriage is a states' rights issue because it is not specifically addressed by the Constitution. Therefore, if a state and its citizens wish to have government-sponsored healthcare or gay marriage, then I have ZERO problem with that. The flip side is that there are states that do not want one or the other, and they should not be forced into it, and their decision to ban gay marriage or not adopt healthcare should be respected.
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