Thursday, September 27, 2007

Concerns with "Individual mandates"

I am concerned that the democrats are making a big mistake.

That is called "individual mandates".

Requiring everyone to carry health insurance. This is like auto insurance, they tell us.

Except: One can always take away one's drving priviliges. Exactly what will happen if you don't get health insurance? What do you take away? Would every man, woman and child carry a card to prove coverage?

Then there's the idea of making a giant database of Health histories. A database, one would assume, the government would have access to.

As a user of "alternative" health services and as one who rejects the concept of mandatory vaccination, I am concerned that I could be punished for personal health care choices.

Single Payer could avoid these problems. That is why I still strongly support "single payer" coverage. Individual mandates, it appears to me, may even be unconstitutional.


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