End quoteObamaCare imposes a new requirement on all U.S. citizens and legal residents to obtain government-approved health insurance. For most Americans this will mean they are required to either pay a portion of their income to private health insurance companies, or pay a fine to the federal government for not doing so.President Obama argued against the individual mandate during his campaign for the presidency, but then, once elected, argued that it was central to his push for “universal coverage.”
Beginning in 2014, the federal government will impose new fines on citizens and legal residents who do not obtain government-approved insurance. Those without insurance will pay a tax that is the greater of a flat fee, or a percentage of family income. The flat fee will be phased in over several years. In 2014, the penalty will be $95 per adult in an uninsured household, increasing to $325 in 2015, then to $695 in 2016, after which it will increase annually in line with consumer inflation. For uninsured children, the fine will be half the amount applied to uninsured adults. If greater, households pay 1 percent of their income in 2014, 2 percent in 2015, and 2.5 percent in 2016 and thereafter in lieu of the flat per person fee.
Limited “Hardship” Exemption
The hardship exemption to the mandate is extremely limited. To be exempt from the insurance requirement, someone would have to be facing insurance premiums at least equal to 8 percent of his or her income.
Federal Definition of Insurance
The federal government will be issuing rules on what qualifies as insurance for purposes of satisfying the individual mandate. See the primer section “Federal Regulation of Health Insurance.”
The individual mandate falls more heavily on low and moderate income families. They will be required to enroll in health insurance plans that generally are more expensive than many of today’s offerings, and if they don’t do so pay a fine or a tax that they do not pay today. These added costs will mean these households have less discretion to spend their limited resources on other priorities, such as perhaps education or housing
Now, it's a tax.
Who enforces the tax laws?
This is more slavery. You have to be practically homeless not to fall under the individual mandate but then you got a lot of problems anyway.
There's only one solution and that's to say no.
"But you say no to them and they'll come at you with guns!"
So shoot them. Shoot them dead.
The way to succeed in that venture is through proper equipment and training. You need a rifle, able to make lethal hits out to at least 500 meters and be able to shoot to your weapon's potential. Here are a few suggestions currently out on the gun market:
Mosin-Nagant rifle, 7.62x54R, I've covered this affordable, powerful and accurate bolt action rifle for awhile now. Yes the rifle's a pike but that's a good thing as barrel length means higher velocity, which means harder hitting, flatter trajectory and with your irons you have more sight radius-meaning YOU will be more accurate.
Next step up... the AK:
You can go cheaper with a Century or AMD 65 AK-47, which shoots the 7.62x39 cartridge-just have a lot more ammo cached for these weapons.
This is the cost effective answer in .308...
Roller lock delayed blowback uses 20 round HK magazines you can now buy for about 1/60th of the price of say, 10 years ago. Completely reliable, very accurate, you just need to mount an optic and you can shoot the traitors in the back all day long.
Now, there are other rifles like the M-1a, FAL, Garand, Enfield, etc.: you already have them great, get more ammo and train.
Whatever rifle you got, buy airsoft replicas of your rifles and train.
Shoot that target out at 25 meters, get a feel for making hits on that small a target, sight in. Then go long range.
Next, learn to shoot together as a fire team. Know your terrain and the people in and around you both potential friend and foe.
To delve more into forming a militia read this:
Then, read this:
And then get real and study...
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