Cognitive dissonance

Consider the following two statements. They conflict.

“Those who claim that the “individual responsibility” provision exceeds Congress’ power to regulate interstate commerce because it penalizes “inactivity” are simply wrong. Individuals who choose to go without health insurance are actively making an economic decision that affects all of us.”  White House Blog…


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  1. Misthiocracy

    I have nothing to add except, “agreed!”

  2. Finster

    Excellent point !  Is there anyone else out there arguing this logic?


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