Common Good and Liberty are philosophical opposites. Liberty works in favor of Common Good, while Common Good abolishes Liberty. Examples of Common Good abound. Most notably, Common Good protects and defends every perversion, every violent act committed by the most depraved human beings. Common Good forces Liberty to work for strangers. The XVI Amendment provided the only tool Common Good needed to gain the advantage over Liberty. Let me make my case by paraphrasing an old adage: First we abhor; then we tolerate, then we embrace, then we elect, then we legislate. Common Good abhors the very idea of a free people acting in their own best interests. Common Good forces Liberty to embrace every criminal degenerate. Common Good tolerated Liberty until it elected the kind of people who willing legislated behavior on behalf of the Common Good. Socialized medicine forcing Liberty to labor for strangers is the most oppressive legislative application of Common Good. Regardless of who is writing the legislation you have only to brush aside the reasons given for socialized medicine’s necessity to understand the death struggle Common Good and Liberty are engaged in. The Common Good is winning. House GOP Weighing Another Try on Obamacare Vote Next Week by Billy House March 29, 2017, 3:12 PM EDT March 29, 2017, 3:59 PM EDT House GOP Weighing Another Try on Obamacare Vote Next Week The Common Good is winning because Obamacare will never be repealed for one reason. Common Good will never surrender to Liberty. It serves no purpose to let Common Good write the rules. Most importantly, the battle between Common Good and Liberty should never be confused with organized religion’s eternal battle between Good and Evil. Liberty cannot win until the philosophical battle is fought on a political battlefield. NOTE: General Welfare is used by the Socialist priesthood to justify legislating Common Good: Hoyer Says Constitution’s ‘General Welfare’ Clause Empowers Congress to Order Americans to Buy Health Insurance October 21, 2009 By Matt COVER Hoyer Says Constitution’s ‘General Welfare’ Clause Empowers Congress to Order Americans to Buy Health Insurance Finally, America’s Founders legislated Liberty in their Constitution making every American free for a brief time: If you have no authority to legislate my freedoms, then I'm truly free, at least from you. William A. Dembski Common Good legislates behavior and nobody is free.