I heard a hilarious comment made by a conservative talkshow host about how Obamacare and the left are determined to ruin charity based organizations which provide aid to those who can't afford insurance. Lord knows how much money would have to be donated for such a concept to have any effect in helping people, especially after someone who organizes one of such charites gets bit by a snake and has to blow most of the charity's funds on their own $50,000 ER bill. The great irony is how such person would be justified in doing so, in the name of health care charity. How different is it to pay taxes or to contribute to charity? I've got an idea, how about everybody just contribute a little to charity and then we're all be looked after! Oh, wait, perhaps that's not such an original concept after all. My step daughter asked me what inevitable meant last night. After a brief moment of considering how to convey this concept to her, I could only reply, "Well, I could give you many examples, but you're not going to like a single one of them." Maybe we should focus on things that both parties can agree upon, like death and taxes being inevitable. Maybe this timeless mantra has an even deeper meaning, like death and taxes being inseperable.