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Marriage vs. The Individual Health Care Mandate

Written By: David R. Usher  |  Posted: Thursday, May 31st, 2012

            Forty-five years ago Daniel Patrick Moynihan warned us about what would happen if Johnson's Great Society was established. Today, America is drowning in social expenditures and medical expenses -- most often incurred for lower-income unmarried individuals, their children, and unmarried retirees.

            Today, illegitimacy is 72.3 percent for blacks, 52.5 percent for Hispanics and 28.6 percent for whites. Almost none have health insurance. Many elderly lower-income unmarried individuals have no access to health care and could not afford it even if they did.

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