October 24, 2013
Should You Pay for Somebody Else’s Sex Life?
By Jim Babka

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Should the Feds be able to force your employer to pay for your sex life?

Obamacare does exactly that. The federal courts are unsure this is Constitutional. The Supreme Court will make the final decision. But do you really want to trust the Supreme Court? Instead...

Send Congress a letter telling them to repeal Obamacare NOW, using's Obey the Constitution Campaign.

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You swore an oath to obey the Constitution. Honor that oath. Abide by the Constitution's limits on federal power.

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Do this by repealing Obamacare.

You have no moral or Constitutional authority to force either individuals or their employers to buy health insurance. Even worse...

The Constitution PROHIBITS you from forcing some people to pay for the lifestyle choices of others (see the Ninth and Tenth Amendments).

But this is what Obamacare does. It forces employers to provide contraceptives to employees.

You call this health "insurance?" Insurance is about protection against unforeseen events. It’s NOT about SUBSIDIZING voluntary sexual choices.

What disgusts me even more is that these legal conflicts are DELIBERATE. They seek to keep Americans divided and maintain the "culture war." And the culture war perpetuates the two-party system and the parasitic political class.


I don't care how my neighbor lives his life. I just don't want to be forced to pay for it. Yet that's EXACTLY what Obamacare does.

Obamacare isn't the first or only crime Congress has committed against the American people. But repealing it would be a big step away from statist criminality.

And if you do that, you will redeem your legitimacy.


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Jim Babka
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