Turn on your wayback machines, and dial them back to the summer of 2009, a wild and crazy time when Ugg boots and "Epic Fail" were fresh and hip trends. The US Congress adjourned for the season and went home to an unanticipated frenzy in their districts, as enraged citizens mobbed their townhall meetings to rant against nonexistent death panels, demand that government stay out of their medicare, and decry government-run health care as the greatest affront to personal liberty since, I dunno, the minimum wage or internment camps or something. It didn't make much sense at the time, and makes less sense when view through the filter of posterity, 21 months later.
Anywho, here we are in the dystopian future under ObamaCare and surely as FreedomWorks predicted, we are seeing unprecedented infringements on individuals' autonomy with regard to healthcare and lifestyle choices. Did you know that the federal government is now going to be attaching a special healthcare tax (or penalty or fine or or "premium adjustment" or whatever euphemism for a tax you choose to use) on people who choose to disregard the orders of their assigned healthcare provider? Yes! If your doctor says you should stop smoking, and you don't, or if your doctor suggest that you're getting a little chubby and maybe you should lose some weight, then Obama will levy a fine on you for refusing to kowtow to the PC wisdom of the day. Yes, you read that right: you will be taxed for being fat, and you will be taxed for smoking if the government in its paternalistic wisdom decides that you should not. Next thing they will want to put a special tax on soda pop and sugary drinks!
If that isn't an governmental intrusion into the personal liberty of private citizens, then I don't know what is.
Oh, wait, did I say it was Obama and the federal government? Sorry, that was a typo. Or a pun. Possibly an anagram. My bad. In fact, it's the republican governor of Arizona who is advocating these new rules, and they only apply to poor people. So all that about "individual liberty" and "freedom of choice" and all that -- you know, never mind. "Personal responsibility" or something. It's only an affront to liberty when it's proposed by a Democrat, or when it applies to people who matter with money.
Move along. Nothing to see here.