Could this unpopular Medical Health Care Bill cause some states to cede from the union...?

Before the states go bankrupt due to mandates of the upcoming Medical Health Care Bill, do you think some states would rather cede from the union? For instance, in the first few months after Texas reformed medical malpractice tort law they were able to save 2 billion dollars which went back into updating hospitals. Why would they put up with being strapped with this monstrosity when they are reforming their health care on their own?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    They should do it. Let's hope it is not going to be passed and do something against it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If it was that easy, states would have did that before George W. Bush spent $3 trillion on the war in Iraq, which only benefits the oil companies and defense contractors.

    Why would anyone complain about a plan that will cut back on insurance company profits?

    DUH!!!!!

    Maybe you need to do a little research first, and you'll see that Bush and the Republican congress were the ones that exploded the deficit.

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't support Gov involved health care. But you can't secede from the union. They tried that in the civil war. You can leave the country, but you cannot declare any part of United States soil a sovereign state.

    On the other hand, if a state did try it, and the union declared war on the state attempting to secede, chances are pretty good the Messiah would surrender. So might be worth a shot.

  • 5 years ago

    By unpopular you mean with the right, isn't that enough reason. Going slow is what has been happening for the last 80 years. Saying no to everything is not advancing the issue. I think that you are a Dr. the same way Laura Schlesinger is.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    States are irrelevant. State governments are just as corrupt as the Federal Government. A civil war is coming.

    Health care and cap and trade will finish off our economy. America will quickly become a third world country with huge tax increases and no middle class. The people will then revolt. And it will be a terrible thing.

  • 1 decade ago

    Haha, ceding from the Union because they want to make health care available to everyone. that's nuts!

    I never considered that.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Texas has been on the verge for years. This country is due for a revolution and Obama gives us good reason to revolt.

  • 1 decade ago

    You want to cede from the union because Obama wants to help your poor people?

    Good riddence.

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