American Health Care Revitalization Act

 

Committee:

Principal Author: Virus-X: REPUBLIC COMMANDO

Bill No:

Delegation: The CONSERVATIVES

Title of Bill: American Health Care Revitalization Act

Be It Enacted By The xxx Congress

 

WHEREAS the law known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (more commonly known as “Obamacare”) became effective March 23, 2010, it has since become known that the purported deficit neutrality of this law is untrue, increasing projected costs from $940 Billion to approximately $1.76 trillion. This breach of conditions renders the law null & void. In conjunction with this, it is unconstitutional, in regards to the fact that, in spite of what the United States Supreme Court may say, Congress does not have the authority to tax based on this law. The only taxes the United States may collect are in the form of duties, imposts and excises (Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 1, United States Constitution), and with the passage of the XVI Amendment, incomes. The United States Supreme Court decision was made in clear and blatant violation of the United States Constitution, as the United States Supreme Court does not have the constitutionally enumerated power to delegate to Congress, or the Executive, the power to create new taxes. The passage of this law will immediately, and completely, overturn any and all aspect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and any, and all monies collected from businesses or individuals will be returned within 30 days of the passage of this law. Any monies taken from the United States Treasury for the perpetuation and maintenance of this law was collected in violation of Article 1, Section 9, Paragraph 7 of the United States Constitution, which states:

No money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.”

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is in violation of the United States Constitution in respect to such elements as utilizing agents of the Internal Revenue Service to improperly access private health records without proper warrants, and the United States Federal Government mandate. This is a clear, flagrant and bald faced, violation of the civil rights of the American People, in respect to the United States Constitution IV Amendment, which states quite clearly:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

The federal government has no constitutional authority to become involved in the private affairs of patient and doctor.

 

SECTION 1: This act may be cited as, “Medical Infrastructure Revitalization bill.” It is designed to allow the medical industry to operate with maximized efficiency, and to have the United States Federal Government operate under Constitutional guidelines, in respect to this.

SECTION 2: The Pharmaceutical Industry. Research and developments costs can range into the billions, with little or no return, depending on the result of said research. In the event of drugs that are successful, pharmaceutical corporations properties are protected for a limited amount of time, before they copyrights expire, and other corporations can legally produce “generic” versions of their drugs.

Subsection 1: Corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals that voluntarily allow other corporations to produce generic versions of their drugs during the period of time where copyright protection is still in force will be permitted to write off 75% of all profit losses as a result of the generic drug sales from federal taxation.

Subsection 3: Pharmaceutical corporations that donate their pharmaceutical products charitably to indigent individuals, low income medical facilities, or to military/Veteran medical facilities, will be permitted to write off any losses, in accordance to the amount of price to customer cut. If, for instance, the pharmaceutical product was made available at 50% cost to the customer, that 50% of the current market value can be written off in federal taxation. If the pharmaceutical was given without charge, 100% of the current market value can be written off from federal taxation. The maximum write-off is 100%.

Subsection 4: Any investitures in such things as the purchase of stocks and bonds for corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals shall be incentivized by rendering dividends from said stocks and bonds no longer subject to federal taxation. This will enable corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals to have larger stores of capital, and increase stability, and be independent of needs for unconstitutional subsidies.

   

SECTION 3: The Medical Supply Industry. Corporations and companies producing any and all products that are classified as medical supplies shall be exempted from all other taxation, with the exception of the following:

Subsection 1: Corporations and companies producing any and all products that are classified as medical supplies shall pay a 1.25% impost on all imported goods and services.

Subsection 2: Corporations and companies producing any and all products that are classified as medical supplies shall pay a 1% excise tax on the purchase of any and all materials utilized for production/manufacturing.

Subsection 3: Any investitures in such things as the purchase of stocks and bonds for corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals shall be incentivized by rendering dividends from said stocks and bonds no longer subject to federal taxation. This will enable corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals to have larger stores of capital, and increase stability, and be independent of needs for unconstitutional subsidies.

Subsection 4: Medical supply corporations that donate their products charitably to indigent individuals, low income medical facilities, or to military/Veteran medical facilities, will be permitted to write off any losses, in accordance to the amount of price to customer cut. If, for instance, the product was made available at 50% cost to the customer, that 50% of the current market value can be written off in federal taxation. If the product as given without charge, 100% of the current market value can be written off from federal taxation. The maximum write-off is 100%.

SECTION 4: The Insurance Industry. Companies and corporations that provide insurance (medical, dental, optical, disability, dismemberment, long-term disability, life, death, etc.) to individuals and other companies and corporations shall be exempted from all other taxation, with the exception of the following:

Subsection 1: Companies and corporations that provide insurance (medical, dental, optical, disability, dismemberment, long-term disability, life, death, etc.) shall pay a 2% excise tax on the sales of goods (e.g.: policies) and services rendered.

Subsection 2: Companies and corporations that provide insurance (medical, dental, optical, disability, dismemberment, long-term disability, life, death, etc.) to those to have pre-existing conditions will be permitted to write off up to 100% financial losses associated with said conditions (including such things as experimental treatments, surgeries, pharmaceuticals, etc.) from federal taxation.

Subsection 3: Any investitures in such things as the purchase of stocks and bonds for corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals shall be incentivized by rendering dividends from said stocks and bonds no longer subject to federal taxation. This will enable corporations and companies producing pharmaceuticals to have larger stores of capital, and increase stability, and be independent of needs for unconstitutional subsidies.

Subsection 4: Companies and corporations that provide insurance (medical, dental, optical, disability, dismemberment, long-term disability, life, death, etc.) to military personnel and Veterans will be permitted to write off up to 100% financial losses associated with said conditions (including such things as experimental treatments, surgeries, pharmaceuticals, etc.) from federal taxation. In addition, they shall only be responsible for the payment of a 1/2% (.5%) excise tax on the sales of goods (e.g.: policies) and services rendered, in such cases involving military personnel and Veterans.

Subsection 5: Companies and corporations that provide insurance (medical, dental, optical, disability, dismemberment, long-term disability, life, death, etc.) at reduced costs to those living at, or below, a state’s poverty line, can write off losses associated with the reduction of costs. For instance, discounting policies by 50% would permit insurance companies and corporations to write off that 50% from federal taxation, with a maximum write-off of 95%.

Subsection 6: In accordance to the United States Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 3: “To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;” the United States Congress does not have the power to stop or interfere with interstate commerce, but to have the responsibility of maintaining fairness in interstate trade. In accordance to the United States Constitution, Congress shall no longer have the ability to interfere with interstate commerce, and in doing so, prevent insurance providers from operating across state borders, gaining access to customers and contracts in states other than where they operate. This is to actually foster competition, as opposed to preventing it for political reasons, and to take legal, constitutional steps toward bringing down insurance prices. In addition, American insurance providers will be empowered to provide goods and services in foreign nations, just as similar agencies can provide goods and services in the United States of America, subject to the laws and regulations incumbent by the federal government and individual states where operations (i.e.: the sale of policies) may take place.

SECTION 5: Hospitals

Subsection 1: Medical facilities that provide care and treatment for military personnel and Veterans will be able to write off all costs associated with these groups and individuals from federal taxation, on a 1:1 percentile basis. For instance, if medical care (e.g., a combination of evaluation and examination, surgery, medical supplies, pharmaceuticals and follow-up visitation and care regimens) was provided at a 70% discounted price, that 70% loss can be written off from federal excise taxation. The maximum write off is 100%.

Subsection 2: Medical facilities that provide care and treatment for those classified as indigent will be able to write off all costs associated with these groups and individuals from federal taxation, on a 1:1 percentile basis. For instance, if medical care (e.g., a combination of evaluation and examination, surgery, medical supplies, pharmaceuticals and follow-up visitation and care regimens) was provided at a 70% discounted price, that 70% loss can be written off from federal excise taxation. The maximum write off is 100%.

Subsection 3: Hospitals cannot be prevented from being health care insurance providers, and if they choose to do so, are subject to the same benefits and taxation as dedicated insurance providers are, as seen in Section 4, and Subsections 1 – 6.

Subsection 4: The laws outlined in Section 5 also apply to non-hospital outlets of medical care, such as private practices and clinics.

seems legit

Skippy damn, it is.

The federal government has no constitutional, enumerated authority to sell insurance of any kind, nor, really, even to regulate much of it’s commerce beyond the Commerce Clause (which is a lot more limited, than liberals think).  Through the Commerce Clause, Congress has the enumerated responsibility to make sure states aren’t running each other over through unfair trade practices that will damage other states and their citizens.

That’s it.

shocked-monkey1

Yep.

Theriouthly.

Couple this bill with a taxation reform bill, and you’ve got a way to reverse this tide:

And start rolling those numbers back, get us back on track for actually paying debts, instead of just running them up, etc.

What?  What’s that, Trumpanzees?

“It’ll never happen?”

Yeah, you know why?  Because of people like you.  You, who vote for constitutional and economic illiterates and imbeciles like Thump…

simpsons-trump

…Slave Party criminals, like the Clintons

Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton

…and this far left asshat.

offensive obamas

You elect the most corrupt, stupid politicians you can FIND, which leads me to believe you’re intentionally looking for corrupt, stupid people.

This bill is constitutional in the fact that it acknowledges that the Constitution does not give the federal government the power to block commerce, or interfere in doctor-patient relationships, or get into the insurance business.  It removes many burdensome regulations and roadblocks in the industries that comprise the health industry, as a whole, and also takes down several of the roadblocks that keep the individual from having affordable, good insurance plans, even if they’re not in some fancy, 6-figure job.  Thump’s stupid plans will do no good to the American People, just as his predecessor’s unconstitutional law didn’t.  Both are socialist imbeciles, and a pox on this nation.

trump reassures obama

Insurance is not a right, and we should not emulate backwards European countries that think their governments define what is, and what isn’t, a “Human Right”.  Medical care is a service.  People aren’t entitled to it, but every effort should be made to make it as available and affordable, as possible.

Again, though, for as long as you keep electing spineless, status-quo republicans (small “r”, because they ain’t shit, and don’t deserve any respect, whatsoever), or Slave Party (capitalized so every can see what they are) socialist scumbags, you get the government you elect.  People out for nothing but the perpetuation of personal and party political power.  I work with a trumpanzee, and he thinks I’m a “traitor”, because I won’t pledge some ‘loyalty’ to Thump, or the idiots of the (Not So) Grand Old Party.  This coming from a politicrite that didn’t care about politics, until Hillary and Trump came along, and just mindlessly bitched all through the Obama Regime years.  It’s the very definition of insanity:

“Doing the same thing, over and over, again, and expecting a different result, each time.”

great-seal-of-virus-x

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~ by virusx on August 14, 2013.

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