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Re: Good ole socialized medicine

Malum Prohibitum said:
No, I do not want it because I think it is immoral to enforce "charity" at the point of a gun.

Charity is a very admirable thing, but not when you are doing it with somebody else's money!
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I totally agree.

Every month I make a donation to the American Cancer Society and think of one of my brothers. He will eventually lose his war with cancer. I give to the March of Dimes, and think of of children like my daughter, who was born 90 days premature. When I see a firemen's boot drive, I give and think those who risk their lives to save others.

I do these things because it's the right thing to do, but I do not and will not support the idea of "government charity". One of the problems in this country is that far too many people have become reliant on Uncle Sam. Why should I be forced pay the way for someone who has no interest in taking care of themselves and being self reliant? I will support various charities, because I want to. I should not be forced into paying for more "government charity"
 
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