Obamacare Is Stuck In A Rut

Posted: Dec 21 2013, 9:17am CST | by , in News | Misc

Obamacare is Stuck in a Rut
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Obamacare never got off to a good start. Today, while the health care plan is picking up speed, it still seems to be stuck in a rut in other aspects. And the most amazing fact is that now not only are the youth being brought on board but the President himself wants to dispense with a part of the Affordable Care Act.

President Obama’s legacy, which is Obamacare, may end not with a bang but a whimper. The ill-fated program of providing health services to the masses got off on an uneven keel. At first, the online registration facility went awry leading to much chagrin among those in need of healing.

The clashes between the Democrats and the Republicans ended in a stalemate which virtually brought the government machinery to a standstill. And finally,when it did seem to be on its way to doing a good job for the American people, more glitches came in the system.

Now, in what is the latest bombshell to hit the conscience of the nation, millions are being refused the benefits of the health care plan. And there is an inclusion of youngsters who may not be in need of any health care since they are at such an age when vitality and buoyancy are at their peak.

The Republicans meanwhile have their own logic. They say that by providing for everyone, you in fact provide for no one. It is like if everyone owns a place then no one will take care of it. Society needs its ups and downs and contrasts since they make the system work more efficiently through rewards and liabilities. By making the economy poorer, Obamacare will not necessarily help the dispossessed or diseased.

Source: WSJ

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