Are efforts to repeal Obamacare an example of Social Darwinism?

In other words, a Social Darwinian interpretation would go like this: the Obamacare opposers want the poorer Americans, who have lower IQs and who are less able to compete in the global Capitalist economy, to go without health insurance and so die off (ideally before they can reproduce). Result: Over time, the... show more In other words, a Social Darwinian interpretation would go like this: the Obamacare opposers want the poorer Americans, who have lower IQs and who are less able to compete in the global Capitalist economy, to go without health insurance and so die off (ideally before they can reproduce). Result: Over time, the American populace will have a higher IQ and will have more citizens who can compete will in the global Capitalist economy.

Please note: I am not criticizing Social Darwinism or opposers of Obamacare. Many honorable Americans have openly advocated for Social Darwinism to influence American government policies. For example: Margaret Sanger, Andrew Carnegie, Charles Lindbergh.
Update: George Orwell, I really liked that book about Ingsoc. As I understand it, your novel "1984" has a society that is run by an "Inner Party" that cares about nothing but keeping power. Oh, could you elaborate on your answer a bit?
Update 2: Sienna, if a group in a plane wrecked on a Pacific island, and factions rose up, with Faction A (with 15 people) keeping all the food for themselves, would not the starving faction, Faction B (with 5 people) have a natural right to use some force against Faction A to get food necessary to survive? So, the U.S.... show more Sienna, if a group in a plane wrecked on a Pacific island, and factions rose up, with Faction A (with 15 people) keeping all the food for themselves, would not the starving faction, Faction B (with 5 people) have a natural right to use some force against Faction A to get food necessary to survive? So, the U.S. Congress voted in Obamacare to force insurance companies to cover basically everyone in the U.S. Yes, it is force. But without health insurance, your life expectancy goes down drastically. Congress judged that it was good to do that, and the Supreme Court said it was constitutional. So, efforts to repeal Obamacare seem like Social Darwinism--let the poorest die for the betterment of the whole Society. Some people say that the one law of liberty is no first use of force. But Howard Roark's speech says it differently: "The first right on earth is the right of the ego. Man’s first duty is to himself. His moral law is never to place his prime goal within the persons o
Update 3: [Howard Roark speech continued]...His moral law is never to place his prime goal within the persons of others. His moral obligation is to do what he wishes...." Could Libertarianism be Social Darwinism with a fig leaf of Liberty talk to cover its meanness?
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