American citizens, and others, applying for Obamacare must submit large quantities of personal records, i.e., proof of Social Security eligibility, employment, tax records, citizenship and more, in order to qualify for the Affordable Care Program. This is not considered discrimination.
At the same time, Attorney General Eric Holder is bringing suit against the State of North Carolina with the charge of discrimination for requiring a photo identification for the privilege of voting. The state wants a form of proof that shows a person is who he, or she, says he or she is. And this is considered discrimination.
If discrimination is the basis for suing the State of North Carolina over driver’s license validation, why isn’t Holder also suing the feds for discrimination because the same people are being “discriminated” against in both cases? Now, it’s the feds who want even more proof. This is not discrimination?
Those who perceive discrimination in the North Carolina case should also consider themselves being discriminated against in the Affordable Care Program. Discrimination is discrimination, right? Go figure.
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