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MASSACHUSETTS politicians last week rose to new heights of holier-than-thou arrogance. House members on Thursday — just three days after the 80-page bill was introduced — voted overwhelmingly to tax businesses that do not provide health insurance for their employees, and to require all residents who can afford it to buy health insurance.
The payroll tax, which is bad enough, at least is designed to replace an existing levy on businesses. The mandate that all residents carry health insurance is a wholly new burden.
New Hampshire Union Leader, Editorials - November 7, 2005
Here in San Antonio we do not have the government telling us what to do about our private business. We are blessed with our University Health System. This is how us flyover country hayseeds take care of the health needs of our lower income citizens, Carelink.