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Obamacare: The Problem with Bigness

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Obamacare: The Problem with Bigness

by Frank Mazzaglia | The Milford Daily News | October 3, 2015

Obamacare: The Problem with Bigness

Sovereign Solutions Editor’s Note:

There is quite a bit here that is gospel to us. It is truth. It is self evident. There are also some differences in terms of social safety nets and the like, but let’s just keep this commentary here short for once. 🙂

This piece concerning Obamacare is especially good for one reason: it really is NOT political. That’s where Sovereign Liberty Solutions stands but with the added and necessary caveat:

we look for results, results particularly based upon upholding elementary tenets of legitimate claims to Life, Liberty, and Property.

Instead of waxing on, consider these excepts from the linked article before moving on:

“People are anxious about Obamacare because nobody understands it. For instance, every business with over 50 full-time employees must offer health insurance. Yet it’s possible for them to get a waiver, or a delay, or exemptions, but nobody knows how or why except for some anonymous IPAB board that makes up the rules as they go along. So instead of playing fair, it allows the government to play favorites as it fosters a culture of double standards.

(…) Big government (…) thrives on being complicated. It features massive bureaucracies designed to control large segments of society and creates arbitrary regulations that benefit themselves rather than the people they were formed to serve.”

Truth is sweet to the ear. I hope you enjoy this linked article as much as I did. I also hope you seek solutions and tips and tricks to save the most money you can when it comes to healthcare and the Obamacare legislation that continues to evolve. 


(…) There once was a time when people realized that being too big was not a good thing for the guy in the street. Government once went after corporations that grew so big that their rivals couldn’t compete. The whole concept of the “American idea” was to oppose anything that imposed bureaucratic rule and subverted government by the people. These days, however, to be big is so entrenched in our national consciousness that the phrase “too big to fail” has become acceptable. It’s also the reason why programs like Obamacare cannot work, cannot be restructured, and simply must be ended. Once ended, Obamacare can then be replaced by something consistent with popular consent and self-government.

The defense for being big is that in a global economy, in order to compete with national interests, we have to get past smallness and become at least as equally big as our competitors. Yet, despite all the talk you hear from politicians, it’s hard to see how big government really helps the little guy. What’s more, big government tends to spawn things that are similarly giant-sized. That’s why big business and big unions are so easily tolerated.

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Do you have any objections, thoughts, concerns, or contributions? I REALLY WANT TO KNOW. Help me to make this a conversation!

Together we can map out better solutions and truly navigate clearer paths towards quality services, low prices, and better lives.

Oh! And as always, if you find this post useful, do me and so many others a huge favor. When it comes to this kind of information: share and share alike! Information is meant to be disseminated wide and far.

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