20 Ways Obamacare Will Take Away Your Rights

Infowars provides us with a fantastic piece highlighting the 20 most egregious violations of our rights in the new totalitariancare bill.

Infowars reports:

With ObamaCARE now passed, containing the Cornhusker Kickback, Gator-Aid, the Lousiana Purchase, and other shady deals, Investors Business Daily gives up 20 ways that ObamaCARE will take away our freedoms. IBD’s sections described below are taken from HR 3590 as agreed to by the Senate and from the reconciliation bill which takes out the Cornhusker Kickback and Gator-Aid as displayed by the Rules Committee.

1. You are young and don’t want health insurance? You are starting up a small business and need to minimize expenses, and one way to do that is to forego health insurance? Tough. You have to pay $750 annually for the “privilege.” (Section 1501)

2. You are young and healthy and want to pay for insurance that reflects that status? Tough. You’ll have to pay for premiums that cover not only you, but also the guy who smokes three packs a day, drink a gallon of whiskey and eats chicken fat off the floor. That’s because insurance companies will no longer be able to underwrite on the basis of a person’s health status. (Section 2701).

3. You would like to pay less in premiums by buying insurance with lifetime or annual limits on coverage? Tough. Health insurers will no longer be able to offer such policies, even if that is what customers prefer. (Section 2711).

4. Think you’d like a policy that is cheaper because it doesn’t cover preventive care or requires cost-sharing for such care? Tough. Health insurers will no longer be able to offer policies that do not cover preventive services or offer them with cost-sharing, even if that’s what the customer wants. (Section 2712).

5. You are an employer and you would like to offer coverage that doesn’t allow your employers’ slacker children to stay on the policy until age 26? Tough. (Section 2714).

6. You must buy a policy that covers ambulatory patient services, emergency services, hospitalization, maternity and newborn care, mental health and substance use disorder services, including behavioral health treatment; prescription drugs; rehabilitative and habilitative services and devices; laboratory services; preventive and wellness services; chronic disease management; and pediatric services, including oral and vision care.

You’re a single guy without children? Tough, your policy must cover pediatric services. You’re a woman who can’t have children? Tough, your policy must cover maternity services. You’re a teetotaler? Tough, your policy must cover substance abuse treatment. (Add your own violation of personal freedom here.) (Section 1302).

7. Do you want a plan with lots of cost-sharing and low premiums? Well, the best you can do is a “Bronze plan,” which has benefits that provide benefits that are actuarially equivalent to 60% of the full actuarial value of the benefits provided under the plan. Anything lower than that, tough. (Section 1302 (d) (1) (A))

8. You are an employer in the small-group insurance market and you’d like to offer policies with deductibles higher than $2,000 for individuals and $4,000 for families? Tough. (Section 1302 (c) (2) (A).

The rest are just as good, including a 5% tax on cosmetic surgery procedures.

What a joke.

What in the hell does getting cosmetic surgery have to do with healthcare costs?  This is like imposing a 5% tax on soda to be used for bridge repair.

The level of ridiculousness in the bill is extreme.

The insurance companies are making out like bandits in this bill if you can’t tell already.

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Jimmy

    I’ll lead off by saying that I’m no Constitutional scholar. I’m pretty oblivious to the nuances of law so I could be way off the mark, but a though just hit me. I was wondering if these fines for NOT having insurance, being enforced by the IRS, are a violation of the Fifth Amendment insomuch as people will be deprived of PROPERTY (e.g., money) without due process.
    All of a sudden with some raised hands and the stroke of pen (all done by people who are not from my state and I have never met) and I am liable for ~$5,000 to the IRS, which isn’t even a federal agency. Where’s the due process there?
    I can say that if I this answer is what I think it is, I hope that I end up sitting on a jury if this ever goes to trial. I’ll hang that jury as long as it takes.
    Anyone have any feedback?

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Michael Suede

    it is a violation of the 5th amendment.

    I comment on that in my video a few posts back.

    The statists will claim its a “tax” and thus gets around the obvious 5th amendment violations, but this is a pure joke. Even if it is a tax, the tax violates the apportioned article in the constitution.

    Everyone knows its a fine to make you comply with the governments will, but this is how our criminal justice system skirts the clear intent of the constitution.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Jimmy

    I have no great love for the IRS and wouldn’t cry to see every single IRS agent, employee, tax consultant and lobbyist suddenly unemployed. The thing I don’t get is when I lay it out to people, even my fellow Soldiers, they’re just too dense to get the outrages the govn’t perpetuates upon them on a daily basis.
    I think I’ll go look for some bricks now.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.

  • Michael Suede

    You should try talking to the officers. Most of them aren’t quite as intellectually dense. However, most of them are too politically correct to verbally espouse what they are really thinking.