A Simple Explanation for ObamaCare

An alternative view of ObamaCare.

“Whenever the government is involved there is an element of compulsion. The effect of compulsion is to strip the virtue of a transaction.”

6 Responses to “A Simple Explanation for ObamaCare”

  1. Cindy Macdonald February 21, 2013 at 6:15 pm #

    A friend shared this with me after he viewed the interview:First of all, I recognize Dinesh as a very intelligent and very articulate
    human being, and I honor him for his ability to frame moral issues so succinctly and so clearly.

    Nevertheless, I did NOT hear one single reference to the supreme Law in America,so allow me an opportunity to fill in that HUGE GAPING HOLE in his brief statements.

    (1) the whole issue of Federal “social welfare” legislation
    arose back in the period of 1932-35, when the Congress tried to enact
    a metric tonne of such social welfare programs; what happened?
    Answer: the Supreme Court struck down much of it, and
    that was one of the main reasons why FDR resorted
    to his “Court Packing” scheme — to eliminate high Court obstacles
    to FDR’s socialist plans;


  2. Mary Arana September 14, 2013 at 7:55 pm #

    I need the DVD, Sick and Sicker as soon as possible. How can I get it?
    Mary AranaAbington Rd
    Encinitas CA

    • Mary Arana September 14, 2013 at 7:56 pm #

      Remove my comment
      thank you

  3. PJ October 14, 2013 at 5:59 pm #

    We really enjoyed your explanation using the sandwich. You might mention that, during the transfer, between taking the sandwich from the giver and delivery of the sandwich to the taker, the gov’t, eats the better part of the sandwich, and only delivers the remaining small portion. The recipient is left hungry for more.
    The politician reassures the hungry recipient, that if he votes for him, that he can depend on receiving portions of sandwiches entitled to him, “free” for life, discouraging him from independently making his own sandwiches.
    (Reminds me of my childhood when my big brothers took big bites out of the sandwich my mother made before passing the plate to me. I kept their grubby hands off of it, when I learned to make my own sandwich. My hunger was only truly satisfied when I made my own sandwiches.)
    As the old saying goes: “ Give a man a sandwich and you feed him for a day. When you teach a man to make his own sandwich, you give him a good turn and feed him for a lifetime. “

  4. Shelly November 7, 2013 at 7:47 pm #

    You are extremely intelligent & your movie is a perfect depiction. I have read the affordable healthcare act & I am nervous about the future of America.

  5. Maria November 19, 2013 at 5:01 pm #

    Love this so much I want to show it to everybody! Even better, I am reading “what’s so great about Christianity” and am enthralled. I’ve just discovered D’Souza and he causes me to breath a sigh of relief. The whole world hasn’t gone mad after all.

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