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Wendell Potter: Hope the Supremes Strike Down ObamaCare? Get Ready for PanemCare

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Replace Insecure http://s.huffpost.com/contributors/wendell-potter/headshot.jpg Cruel and unusual punishment is crucial to the Hunger Games, but it only lasts 142 minutes and no one in the audience gets hurt, mitigating anybody's risk of violating the Constitution. The movie portrays a government completely disconnected from the people who struggle every day for the most basic elements of survival, including medical care. Only the wealthy residents of the Capitol have access to hospitals and modern medicine, which, fortunately for them, seems to have a cure for everything.

This society-gone-bad scenario of denying basic care to citizens based on their income or social status seems on the big screen not only cruel and unusual but even incomprehensible. I can just hear Justice Scalia asking, again, "Is this not totally unrealistic?"

Guess what, Judge, it's not. In fact, it's occurring every day in what is still called the United States. And if you...

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