Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn't.

- Mark Twain

Inequity of Equality

It is interesting that the government is pushing a healthcare program where all are treated equal and provided coverage. If you work 40 hours a week after 4 years of college, your coverage will be on par with a highschool dropout crack-head. Because we do not judge? No, because we do judge and we have decided that what you add to society is no less important than the ignorant crackhead, that you efforts should help not only you but should help just as much the crackhead. We have judged and decided you are the fool who should take care of the crackhead. And if you had not gone to college and worked hard? You could start smoking crack, go on welfare, get food stamps, housing assistance and healthcare and smoke your days away on the street corner.

What makes a free society free is individual responsibility. You can be a crackhead, and bear those consequences. You can be an educated hard worker and sow those benefits. Once the government makes claims against your work on behalf of another citizen you are no longer living in a free society. Actually, you have been enslaved because of your requirement to work on behalf of your fellow citizen. The next step is for the government to tell you where your efforts are needed, what job you should take, so that you out will best help your fellow citizenry.

You have a choice, freedom or servitude.

Do you want the government to be your master?

posted at 12:04:03 on 07/24/09 by clearpolitics - Category: Freedom - [Permalink]

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Justin Furgeson wrote:

Freedom is the issue, but people are lazy!

The government cannot even bother to count swine flu deaths any longer because it has become too complicated now that the number is over 300:

http://www.reuters.com/arti...
07/24/09 14:39:35

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