Is Obamacare the "Mark of the Beast"?
Will signing up for Obamacare be the same thing as accepting the Mark of the Beast? Are we caving into losing our freedom of choice by being forced into this health care program?
Of course not. Plenty of other free countries have actual socialized medicine and they have better health than Americans to boot. This kind of statement is not based on fact and is irrational and fear based. Will Obamacare be good or bad? Too soon to say, but so far it is helping many who could not get insurance to be able to get coverage. I'm one of many with a "pre-existing" condition that can no longer be denied coverage. Silly superstitious nonsense has no place in healthcare discussions.
Though I think this is a silly question, I'll say no. I mean first off, doesn't the whole world have to be involved in the "marking"? Is Obamacare sweeping the world? Do you really think Obamacare is going to be the launch pad the antichrist will use to win global approval? (Perhaps if someone figures out how to improve it or shut it down...) I would think this question would've been warranted if it was asked upon the creation of SSN's or DNA...Obamacare??? I don't think so.
Well, we're already required to purchase car insurance. So, if losing our freedom to not buy insurance is the mark of the beast, we were marked ages ago. Five years from now, people will have forgotten about the "terror's" of Obamacare and will be calling something else the mark of the beast.
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