I’m reading various chunks of the Obamacare bill, and I must say, it’s disturbing.
One of the things that they intend to do is send “qualified experts” into the home of anyone expecting a child to do a home study and counsel them, “especially targeting low income communities.”
This is just one sinister sample of government intervention in our personal business. Obamacare is loaded with big brother stuff.
You won’t bother to read the bill, I’m guessing. Even more disturbing, most of the people in congress voting for the bill won’t have read it either. And if they have read it, chances are they don’t understand every aspect of it.
So we have a bunch of people in Washington voting on legislation that they haven’t read, they don’t comprehend, and that has had thousands of amendments added by every special interest group in the hemisphere.
Doesn’t seem very American, does it?
How can someone who claims to represent the people vote for a piece of country-changing legislation that most Americans oppose and that they don’t even understand?
If you haven’t read the bill, how can YOU possibly know if it’s good for the country? Are you just believing what someone is telling you? Are you believing OBAMA, who has broken countless campaign promises in just 6 short months?
Voting for something you haven’t bothered to read is an egregious abuse of power.