Because the government knows what is best for you and your family, they are set to vote on a 1,000+ page health care bill that will make health insurance mandatory and crappy.
- Health care rationing
- Your health care benefits will be chosen for you
- Government will have direct access to your bank accounts for electronic funds transfer
- Higher taxes
- Regulations of how much doctors can own
- Restrictions on how big a hospital can be
- Government approved list of end-of-life treatment
- Government will build registries to track you with your medical records
- Doctors in residency will be told where they will live
- Required vaccinations
Many people are against this bill because of how much it costs ($15 Trillion over 10 years) but I believe are missing the bigger point which is: Where in the U.S. Constitution does it authorize government to involve itself in doctor-patient relationships?