I've been noticing something for quite some time now: I see a definite pattern between those who are vehemently opposed to universal heath care, and highly religious people (specifically Fundamentalist Christians.) I find this quite odd since Jesus' biggest message was that of compassion. Jesus spend his whole life breaking down social/economic barriers and purity standards. He wanted everyone to be taken care of. So why of all people are these people the ones against universal healthcare?
I wonder if I posted what I intended to days ago, it would have prevented the creation of this thread...or for that matter your God thread as well...ah, so many missed opportunities... But let me just say this, that while people don't like burdens, and thus taxes, they still love entitlements, irregardless of their political or religious identification, and if Obamacare is really set up to fail as it's architect, Ezekiel Emanuel, intended it to, then what we will see is the collectivization of medical care in this country, which no one really wants to see in this country.