posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 09:34 PM
reply to post by Hoosierdaddy71
Obamacare will be the last straw for many Americans that are just barely hanging on as it is.
What is the solution? The GOP go after getting it voided or drastically changed? Not likely. Personally, I think that it is too late for
governmental politics to work wonder on the situation. Plenty of the middle and lower class folks are unset for several reasons and we can read on
ATS about all sorts of scenarios, some violent and drastic, that can be imagined for American's near future. But there are other ways to achieve
change that work virtually overnight at times when the cause is right and just.
Plain, old, non-violent civil disobedience works. It worked brilliant with civil rights and it can work again. Not just marches and bus caravans to
DC, but with organized work stoppages across the nation of various kinds. In a less visible way, but yet effective way would be the outright refusal
en masse of American's to join into the plans. If half of the country today that are (and will remain) uninsured can go to the emergency room and
still get treatment, why not everybody? such tactics would be about the least painful to the common citizen than any of the other possibilities. The
US is becoming a powder keg with multiple fuses trailing here and there across our society. We should hope one of the lesser "solutions" gets the
And I'm not going to debate what I've said above. I'm done with the thread.