The recent ruling on ObamaCare has been nothing short of ridiculous. Before I dwell on the bad, however, it should be emphasized that not all of it is bad. After some research, it does appear that this can be used to our advantage. For example, Obama claims to have kept his promise to not raise taxes (except on the rich), but the court readily rules that this is a tax for the general populace. Nonetheless, I seriously doubt this will stop a politician that is incredibly devious and deceptive with words. The public will readily eat into his lies as the holy grail of truth. As such, I consider it hopeless to think this will produce any significant benefit to the conservative agenda because it shapes people into the slavery known as “entitlement”. Everyone likes free stuff, but this just takes the cake with a stupid consumeristic society, and liberals are clever enough to prey on this individualism.
This is all done in the name of the poor. According to them, we have a moral obligation to help the poor but wait, here’s the catch, we need to let the government do it. Why of course! Let’s raise our debt by $1.7 trillion in the next decade, force every citizen to adopt and pay for it, cheapen healthcare quality for affordability, crush small businesses, restrict religious liberty, demoralize our personal obligation to help others, and increase the power of the government in one full swoop! Do you realize how insanely self-destructive this is? Good intentions pave the way to hell, and this is no exception. Instead of helping others, we’re causing more poverty at a national scale and producing more deaths due to longer waits, lower quality doctors, and lower care. Worse, if you don’t agree with this sentimental charade, you will be hunted down and taxed by the IRS anyway. Look, if you really care about others, do us a favor and get your slimy hands out of our wallets and help them yourself.