Sunday, July 3, 2011

Founding Fathers Favored Mandatory Health Insurance

From HERE:

In 1798, under 2nd President and Founding Father John Adams, the United States passed a law requiring mandatory health insurance for any private employees working on Maritime vessels. The bill was called “An Act for The Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen

 When republicans say the Founding Fathers would not support mandatory health care, they LIE!


  1. Republickers lie about everything.

    They twist, they manipulate, they fabricate, yup, plain 'ole liars!

  2. I can just hear that smarmy twit, Eric Cantor, mumbling something about, "Well if they did, they shouldn't have."

    After all, what did the founding fathers know? And the very idea — providing socialist "relief" for sick and disabled seamen. Why couldn't those slackers and goldbricks sell pencils on a street corner?

  3. It is in law that health insurance is mandatory.

  4. When Republicans say Republicans haven't supported mandatory health care, they lie. As we all know, the mandate was originally a Republican idea.

  5. The republicans, once again, were for it before they were against it.

    Their opinions are based on politics, not what is good for the
    American people.

  6. All I got was long lines and rationed care and doctors who are no where to be found.

    Happy Birhtday America

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