I would rather a President focus on healthcare for Americans….
than spend $4 trillion dollars in Iraq, based on weapons that never existed.
There is no longer any question that this law was inappropriately named by
calling it " The Affordable Healthcare Act". From all the stories
I've heard and read, there's not much about that can legitimately be
called affordable.There's a very good chance this entire
program will backfire on the president and democrats once the employer based
section of the bill kicks in later in 2014... without major changes. Something
is going to have to give. People aren't going to put up with it as it now
Obamacare will go down as the worst governmental decision ever. Not only did
our president lie bold faced to the public, his policy which was sold as
something to help people now is going to be a major financial burden for anyone
who signs up. It baffles me that educated Americans would ever vote for this
president and his socialist policies.
Pagan. How are you going to spend the $2500 Obama promised his Obamacare will
save the average family in healthcare insurance premiums each year? Or is that
GWB's fault too?
Nothing was done about reducing costs --- the $10 aspirin, the $500 maternity
"gift" box, the $ thousands (and time) spent on "pre-Med"
degrees, the forever patents/ copyrights, ever-increasing bureaucratic burdens
are all still there. Everything I see screams increased costs.
Those who can't afford medical care now have more expensive medical care
they can't afford to use.
For people like Pagan, it doesn't matter how big of a boondoggle a liberal
plan is, as long as you can point to something GWB did wrong and try and deflect
criticism.I'm sure when he was fighting against the Iraq war,
Pagan was just fine with someone saying that it wasn't as bad as something
Clinton did as an acceptable excuse.