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General Subject: Health Care

Pre-Existing Conditions

Ballot creation date: 06/22/2010


Fact: Insuring health care for pre-existing conditions (Ref: Affordable Care Act, 2010): Fact: The purpose of insurance is to provide the peace of mind attained by the reduction of personal financial and physical risk. Fact: One can help prevent a future adverse health condition, but one cannot insure against a pre-existing health condition. It already exists. Fact: The elimination or lessening of a pre-existing condition can often be accomplished through health care. Fact: Paying for health care for those with pre-existing conditions who cannot afford it is called charity.

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Analysis and Conclusion relative to theft:

The individual who buys insurance is ensuring a higher probability of a longer and happier life for himself and his family. Forcing an individual to pay for the elimination or lessening of a medical pre-condition of another person at the cost of reducing their own ability to pay for their own possible actual medical condition when it might occur comprises unadulterated theft of money. For the State to force an individual to buy health care for others, as if it were insurance against anything, comprises stealing from one group of people, and giving that product of work (money) to another group. During this process, the State (or government) brokers votes for power to keep them in lucrative positions of monetary gain and esteem under the guise of ‘helping’ the unfortunate. Helping people with pre-existing conditions is called charity. Helping people with pre-existing conditions has insured against nothing. The United States has numerous organizations dedicated to charity that are provided with tax exemptions, the tax burdens of which are already compensated (payed) for by all the other tax payers in the country. In this way a generous country has willingly taken up a tax burden of society for the unfortunate. This MOT Ballot weighs the theft of forcing tax-payers to be charitable at the expense of reducing their ability to take care of themselves and their families.

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