Cunt. Does the government have the right to force you into a healthcare program? Discuss. http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/politics/5509510.html Clinton may be willing to tap wages for health care She said the option helping to pay for universal coverage would apply to people who can afford insurance but reject it By CHARLES BABINGTON Associated Press WASHINGTON — To achieve health coverage for all Americans, Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said on Sunday, she might be willing to have workers' wages garnisheed if they refuse to buy health insurance. The New York senator has criticized rival Barack Obama for pushing a health plan that would not require universal coverage. Clinton has not always specified the enforcement measures she would embrace, but when pressed on ABC's This Week, she said: "I think there are a number of mechanisms" that are possible, including "going after people's wages, automatic enrollment." Clinton said such measures would apply only to workers who can afford health coverage but refuse to buy it, which puts undue pressure on hospitals and emergency rooms. With her proposals for subsidies, she said, "it will be affordable for everyone." The presidential contenders in both parties campaigned all-out on Sunday, two days before the Super Tuesday voting in 24 states holding primaries or caucuses. Clinton suggested Obama would be more susceptible to Republican attack ads in a general election because he has not been scrutinized for years as she has. "I've been through the Republican attacks over and over again," she said on ABC's This Week. When Obama was elected to the Senate from Illinois in 2004, she said, he "didn't face anyone who ran attack ads" comparable to those aimed at her. Obama countered, saying Republicans and independents would be more inclined to oppose Clinton than him in a general election. The problem is "not all of Senator Clinton's making," he said, "but I don't think there's any doubt that the Republicans consider her a polarizing figure," he said on CBS' Face the Nation. Clinton was campaigning in Missouri and Minneapolis. Obama scheduled a rally in Wilmington, Del., while some of his highest-profile supporters — his wife, Michelle, Oprah Winfrey and Caroline Kennedy — were rallying voters in Los Angeles. Among Republicans, John McCain was stumping in Connecticut and Mitt Romney scheduled stops in Glen Ellyn, Ill., and the St. Louis suburb of Maryland Heights. Mike Huckabee was concentrating on the South, with appearances in Georgia and Tennessee. McCain told Fox News Sunday he would veto any tax increase passed by a Democratic-controlled Congress. McCain, who opposed President Bush's first two tax cuts, now says Congress should make the reductions permanent, and that there also should be further tax reductions for business investments. Meanwhile, Huckabee said it was time for Romney, who lost major contests in South Carolina and Florida to McCain, to drop out of the race. "I think it's time for Mitt Romney to step aside," Huckabee, who has won only the Iowa caucuses, said on CNN. "If he wants to call it a two-man race, fine. But that makes it John McCain and me."