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Without a doubt, universal healthcare is one of the numerous issues that was discussed intensely in the 2012 elections that will continue to be debated into the future. While President Obama passed his compelling piece of legislation in 2010, the Affordable Care Act, there was an undeniable polarization within the American people which ensued. Regardless, even with all of the potential econmic ramifications that may arise from new health care policies, it is formidable legislation the United States should continue to uphold and support.

This sample essay written before the 2012 presidential election, touches on the sociopolitical background of Obamacare, outlining the differences between Republican and Democratic ideologies on the matter. If you are interested in learning more about this topic, or would like to buy an essay from our awesome site, give us a call or simply check out our pricing today!

Universal Health Care and the 2012 Elections: What is Washington Saying?

The new health care policy provides more coverage to a larger percentage of Americans, is more cost-effective for the United States’ budget especially during these dire economic conditions, and is a moral cause and sign of community that all Americans should strive for. Furthermore, it is important to note that while democratic presidential candidates such as potential incumbent Obama support a policy for Universal Healthcare, more conservative and Republican candidates such as Mitt Romney opt for the privatization of healthcare, and letting the capitalistic market naturally dictate the healthcare industry.

This essay will comprise of several parts. I will initially discuss what opponents of universal healthcare are concerned about. Subsequently, I will then analyze the reasons we should support a universal healthcare policy, explaining that universal healthcare provides multiple benefits ranging from protecting the poverty-stricken and insured to being a more efficient financial...