If a state's governor refuses to recognize the national healthcare plan passed as constitutional by the Supreme Court, what can the citizens of that state do about it when they want it?
Well you know what you frikken jackass Demoncat that is the right of the states to not enforce this joke until they have to.
What the hell do you do? The same as you always had the right to do you got a problem go to the ER they will patch you up and send you to the County Hospital who will then put you into the system of the state as a no-pay and give you all the info you need to get your free frikken drugs etc etc etc/
How the hell do I know because I help people in Florida all the frikken time.
My, my--someone sure can't stand having the people's civil rights upheld it seems. Healthcare is a basic human right; don't like it? Then shoot yourself off to the moon because the rest of the world knows it even if you don't. Elected officials swear an oath to uphold the constitution in this country; our Supreme courts decide what is and is not constitutional as they have done with the healthcare changes being brought about. I'm not sure what can be done about individual states who go rogue like a few are stupidly claiming they'll do, but I can say this with the greatest confidence--people want affordable healthcare that is not overly inflated in price as it is in the US.
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