30 March 2012

One argument that the government was trying to make is that somehow health care is uniquely different. That government can regulate it because everyone participates. Health insurance is not uniquely different. It’s still an opportunity that some people choose to engage in, but 40 million people do not. And the premise was made that people don’t buy insurance because they can’t afford it. That’s not true. There are people who just decide they want to roll the dice and take their chances that they won’t need insurance.

--Christian psycho and Minnesota representative Michelle Bachmann accusing 40 million Americans (including myself) of lying about not being able to afford health insurance.


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