Barack Hussein Obama verbally sparred with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on Sunday over the government mandate included in ObamaCare that imposes a fine of $970-$3,800 on individuals who do not buy health insurance.

Pay attention to what Stephanopoulos asks Obama in the opening seconds of the video. It's clear that Obama has flip flopped (once again) from his campaign promise against mandates forcing taxes on American citizens.

Never mind that it's unconstitutional to force people to buy anything, but Obama makes himself look disingenuous by even arguing the point that all Americans have to buy car insurance. No, all Americans do not have to buy car insurance. Only the ones who have cars have to buy car insurance.

In the case of ObamaCare, everyone will be forced to buy health insurance whether they want it or not. And if they don't want health insurance, they will be fined. How is that not a tax increase?

  • http://myspace.com/latituded400 Shannon

    You are required to hold the minimum amount of liability insurance on a vehicle to legally register and drive the vehicle. If you do not have insurance you will be fined. This is not a tax increase. With the healthcare reform bill it is proposed that people who do not carry health insurance will be fined. This is not a tax increase.