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Popularity of Obamacare will very likely shift once people realize the huge threat the Roberts' decision is to individual rights. Obamacare and the SCOTUS decision on the mandate means now corporations can pretty much force us to do anything just by getting a bunch of politicians to agree to it by a 51% majority vote. How can those on the Left and in the medical field not see that eventually a person like Bush will be back in office and now that this power has been granted by them the likes of one of the worst Republican presidents will possess **the same right**. Just bizarre.
There is although one last hope to end not just the Obamacare assault on the health care industry, but also to end the ominous and definite effects the Roberts' decision will have on future generations as government and corporations combine to force American citizens to do just about anything by way of the taxation. It is called the Mandate Amendment to the US Constitution - short, simple, and common sense:
"Congress shall make no law mandating the purchase of a product or service from a private entity"
This is a bold and courageous effort to strike at the heart of this precedent now while much of our country is appalled by the decision and the infrastructure and dependence upon the law is not sewn into the fabric of our country. If we build a coalition now, we will be poised to have candidates pledge support as they run against incumbents next midterm election. We believe in the next election the Democrats will be out of excuses for a failing economy and the country will be well positioned for candidates that favor American principles and therefore this Amendment.
Please join us, this is our last hope. Just Google Mandate Amendment for more information or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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The rejection of the state exchanges is a great start, along with efforts to repeal Obamacare but it is NOT enough. The real threat of Obamacare and the Roberts' decision is the precedent it sets. We need to make a bold and courageous effort to strike at the heart of this dangerous precedent now while much of our country is appalled by the decision and while the infrastructure and dependence upon this law has not yet been sewn into the fabric of our country.
The only way to truly destroy this precedent is to amend our Constitution. Therefore we are proposing, and will pass, the Mandate Amendment. The amendment reads as follows:
Congress shall make no law mandating the purchase of a product or service from a private entity.
We have opened up coalitions in Massachusetts, Hawaii, and California in the very short amount of time we have been in existence. We have also earned the unanimous endorsement of the Massachusetts Libertarian Association.
We are just starting out and we need more help. Just Google Mandate Amendment or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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