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The War Against Obamacare

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By: YNWA (moderator)

Aloha!

Kicking off the left-sided blog with a warm and friendly Hawaiian greeting. Fingers crossed.

The war against Obamacare, a body count likely many times greater than American victims of terrorists. Unbelievable. Sad. Heartless.

Obamacare survives for now as grassroots pressure on politicians succeeds (just barely).

Obamacare is not the solution for affordable, fiscally responsible health care. Neither is Medicare or Medicaid.

Where’s the Democrats’ detailed, pragmatic alternative? The Republicans didn’t have any details for “repeal and replace,” and see how well that worked.

Affordable, fiscally responsible health care is complicated. Just putting a bandage on Obamacareisn’t a sustainable solution.

Obamacare asks younger, generally healthier individuals to subsidize the costs of health care for older individuals. Our Social Security system is $11 trillion underfunded over the next 75 years based on the same principle of having younger  workers fund benefits for older  workers.

Is that fair or intelligent? Is it the same mistake and unsustainable? Is Obamacare’s mandatory insurance the most cost effective solution—or simply politically expedient?

Let’s get it right this time—affordable, fiscally responsible and sustainable health care coverage.

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By | 2017-08-01T21:45:56+00:00 July 16th, 2017|Categories: Blog, From the Left|0 Comments

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