posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 09:21 AM
reply to post by xuenchen
I guess we'll see. The deadline is the end of the month for the federal exchanges to be operable, but for those losing their plans under the guise of
" if you like it, keep it," the deadline has already happened.
The healthcare law has been the pinnacle of this administrations tenure thus far. If in fact it is delayed or repealed, IMO, it would solidify the
republican base, predominantly the tea party, whose activism against the law and it's adverse affects on millions of Americans turns out to be fact,
instead of fluff.
After Bill Clinton came out in support of those losing their insurance in a recent interview, it probably won't be long before democrats start jumping
ship to save their own hides for re-election. This also might give us a glimpse of Hillary Clinton's platform for 2016, if the ACA doesn't pan out as
Having said that, it still leaves the democrats appearing as if the tea parties concerns an intentions for delay or repeal of the law were legit. I
don't know, it could create a rift or divide in the democratic party, similar to what we see between the republicans and the tea party.
However it goes, it will definitely be an interesting presidential election and midterm election next year. I think the democrats may have to get a
facelift if the pressure keeps mounting in opposition of the law within their own party, which also inadvertently solidifies the tea parties position.
If anything, it will be interesting...
edit on 13-11-2013 by Daedal because: edit