Freedom is Worth Fighting For–Santorum = Freedom

I just received an email from the Santorum campaign about the battle with Obamacare.   With full understanding about the need for health care, mandates to citizens to buy insurance or pay a fine is not the way to go—not in America.

With its big government mandates, Obamacare is nothing short of a direct assault on our Constitution, and an insult to every freedom loving American. And if it is not repealed, it will have fundamentally changed our country forever, and will lead to even more erosion of the basic freedoms and rights we have cherished since the birth of our nation.

The words of Rick Santorum himself and I couldn’t say it better.  Rick’s plan for Health Savings Accounts is the way to go as there are no mandates and those who choose to be insured will have private insurance options best suited for their individual and family needs.  As I have blogged in the past, the bridge to the coexistence of institutions such as affordable and adequate health insurance with the necessary limited government scenario to lead to a balance budget and the resurrection of the opportunities so that all Americans can live the American Dream is the private sector.  We can and will prevail with private sector solutions and the American Dream will not only survive, but flourish.  Barrack Obama did not get this right.

Romneycare Equals Obamacare: Either Mitt Romney is a turncoat, or is only using our beloved Republican Party as a storefront for his wealthy enterprises when it is convenient for him to be a conservative.  Fellow Republican Mitt Romney is the architect of Obamacare; and he will do unto the U.S. as he did unto Massachusetts.  In my book, as well as Rick’s, this disqualifies Romney for being a credible nominee for president in our party.  Though he claims he would appeal Obamacare just like Mr. Santorum, he could never do it and retain his credibility as either a conservative or a leader.

Santorum took on the a New York Times reporter for distorting his words, the flaw in the liberal media.  Thank God for blogs like The 7 Train that tell it like it is!

The battle at the U.S. Supreme Court is underway and Rick was there making his case that Obamacare is clearly unconstitutional.  The way to reform health care is to pass simple statutes such as to require insurance companies pay for pre-existing conditions.  The Health Savings Accounts make sense to me to ensure affordability among the middle class.  Even a majority of uninsured Americans agree Obamacare (or Romneycare) takes it too far.  The fat lady has not sung her song yet; let’s send Mr. Santorum to the White House, first to be announced in Tampa as the next president of the United States!

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