Ever since Obamacare was introduced back in March 23, of 2010, it has been one of the most controversial health plans debated by all government parties. The rich hate it and the poor love it. Is Obama care good or bad for the people and the economy? I believe it will be a stepping stone in the right direction for the economy and the people and protecting their rights.
Elections are just a month and a half away and Obamacare is still a highly heated debate. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), or what everyone has dubbed as Obamacare is a law that passed on June 28, 2012 to help reform healthcare. The law was introduced to provide affordable medical healthcare for everyone. The reform act doesn’t take away the State’s rights either, it instills if the State can provide medical coverage for “everyone” at a better rate, they are allowed do so. Some will argue it is unconstitutional because it does not give us freedom of choice to have healthcare or not. These are probably the same people that thought the seat belt law was unconstitutional. Their beliefs are they should have a right to choose to whether to fly through the windshield of their vehicle in an accident, or put on a seatbelt and live to tell about it. Sure Obamacare says you will have to have to choose a healthcare plan or pay a waiver fee. I think this is just fine because we have to provide car insurance in order to drive. No one is complaining about having to pay for car insurance in order to drive because it makes drivers and insurance companies responsible for your actions. The same theory applies to the new healthcare reform act. Sure Obamacare has some downsides and some upsides depending where you stand financially. Obamacare is a little more laid out and protects your rights unlike your car insurance. Your car insurer can drop you after an accident or after several accidents. Obamacare protects your rights because it does not let your medical insurance drop you because you...
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