01-09-2017, 06:09 PM
Suddenly, nobody has a problem with the federal government being involved where it shouldn't be, because Rand.
Isn't anyone here libertarian enough to wonder what Rand's justification for having a replacement is, when the Constitution could not be clearer that control over health care is not among the powers delegated to the federal government?
Is there anything less libertarian than a federal government controlling the health care sector?
(Don't bother to answer, all the people with integrity abandoned this place long ago, and I have zero respect for the legions of hypocrites left.)