Monday, November 16th, 2009 | Author:

If mandatory health insurance goes through, it will turn me into a criminal.  I don’t have health insurance. I don’t want it. And I will refuse to buy it even though I can afford it. Before they lead me to the cells, perhaps the prisoner may be allowed to say a few words in his defense.

This is the beginning of an excellent article by James L. Payne, and a viewpoint that’s definitely gone out of fashion.  Read the rest here.

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