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What do ClintonCare, Romneycare, and Obamacare have in Common?

Go ask Alice, I think she knows about the Mandatory Socialized Medicine of Unconstitutional ClintonCare, Romneycare, and Unconstitutional Obamacare.


Obamacare is Romneycare in a new Unconstitutional Mandatory Wrapper and Romneycare was the Heritage Foundation alternative to Hillarycare (aka ClintonCare). According to Mitt, RINO Romney "got the idea of an individual mandate from Gingrich himself, who promoted it as an alternative to Hillary Clinton's health care plan in 1993."


Ironically, Newt Gingrich praised RomneyCare in 2006 after Newt played a key role in defeating ClintonCare (aka Hillarycare -1) in 1994. After defeating ClintonCare, Newt Gingrich and other Republicans changed its name and enacted the very worst parts of it. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA, Public Law 104-191) required millions of Taxpayer dollars for federal enforcement programs.


No matter how many times Mitt Romney claims he is a conservative, Romneycare or Obamacare permits no choice for the American people as their Progressive Big Government mandates Compulsory Healthcare Insurance requiring millions or billions of taxpayer dollars to regulate Healthcare.


Apparently, the elite ruling class loves violating the Constitution using unchecked congressional power to require Americans to but health insurance. U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson in Virginia said Congress went too far in requiring all Americans to buy health insurance… Video @


The 10th Amendment of the the U.S. Constitution clearly reveals that the federal government is not empowered to force you to buy health insurance yet, the states are allowed to if their state constitution provides mandates.


(1) On September 22, 1993, Bill Clinton proposed a 1,342 page bill for socializing America's health care system. The plan was conceived after months of planning by Hillary Clinton, chair of the Clintonista Healthcare task force, and Ira Magaziner.


On Nov 20, 1993, ClintonCare was introduced as H.R. 3600: Health Security Act.


According to the Heritage Foundation analysis (10/23/93), ClintonCare would have created 200 new regional health cooperatives run by 50,000 new bureaucrats, 50 new government bureaucracies, 177 new state mandates, and nearly 1,000 new Federal powers and responsibilities.


On September 26, 1994, Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell announced that the plan was dead and did not even bother holding a vote on the bill to force Senators to go on record.


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Taken on December 10, 2009