posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 06:19 PM
Here are the facts.
1.) You can't just repeal the ACA no matter how utterly degenerating and destructive it is and believe me, it's plenty of both. Once the ball was
started rolling, during a government shutdown no less, the things put into motion are of a domino nature that can't be so easily undone. Obama and his
cohorts were perfectly aware of this fact which is why they lied through their teeth to get it passed. Don't like it now? Too bad.
2.) At least for the first year of the ACA being implemented, more people will lose their insurance completely then have signed up for the ACA, either
because it does not conform to the ACA or their new insurance will have gone up somewhere between 16 and 79%. To be fair, I believe in 5 states, plans
have actually decreased but unfortunately, that leaves 45 with outrageous increases. This is atop the fact that deductibles are going up by an
unprecedented margin in an economy where very few people, even those making "middle class" wages have a surplus of cash on hand to pay outright,
rendering their insurance under ACA useless.
3.) The liberals are now taking the same position in both the senate and the house as the republicans did before the shutdown because now they fear
the results of the coming election. Does anyone know just how ludicrous and absurd that is? If any research was done at all on a common sense basis
into what this law is and would do instead of blindly following party lines and ideology, we wouldn't be in this mess in the first place.
4.) Liberals don't care about you, Conservatives don't care about you. The only thing that almost all politicians care about on both sides is staying
viable within their own party lines and backing what they promised to back or oppose when it comes to their campaign fund supporters and lobbyists.
Most of the time, what politicians support, only goes so far as what the person who is paying the most into the campaign funds asks them to support.
That is why there is so much flip flopping, it's not about morals, it's about money and everyone you have supported would sell you out in a New York
minute if a lobbyist paid them enough to do it.
Yes, the ACA is hopelessly broken and can not be repaired, but, so is our federal government and it's useless to even try to fix that train wreck
until we address the broken tracks that caused it.
edit on 11-11-2013 by Helious because: (no reason given)