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  • Everyone Gets Healthcare

    The Affordable Care Act is a good thing in that everyone gets access to heathcare thanks to cheaper and better insurance. No one can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. Even the heathcare industry stands to gain because now there are more people seeking coverage which means more money for insurance companies and providers. Talk about a stimulus package!
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  • Everyone Gets Healthcare

    The Affordable Care Act is a good thing in that everyone gets access to heathcare thanks to cheaper and better insurance. No one can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. Even the heathcare industry stands to gain because now there are more people seeking coverage which means more money for insurance companies and providers. Talk about a stimulus package!
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  • Everyone Gets Healthcare

    The Affordable Care Act is a good thing in that everyone gets access to heathcare thanks to cheaper and better insurance. No one can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. Even the heathcare industry stands to gain because now there are more people seeking coverage which means more money for insurance companies and providers. Talk about a stimulus package!

  • Obamacare is a good thing.

    Obamacare is a good thing because it will make health care more affordable to many Americans who formerly had no coverage. The intention of the Affordable Care Act has been to make it possible for every American to have health insurance at a reasonable cost. This is good for the American people.

  • The affordable health act or "Obamacare" is a good idea which has been poorly rolled out

    Obamacare or the affordable health act has the potential to be a good thing but lacks the backing and support for it to really be as wonderful as it could be. It also needs to be rethought and put together in a much more accessible manner. A much better program could be created by allowing regular people to be involved in the process.

  • Hope For Many.

    “I think it should be a right for every American. In a country as wealthy as ours, for us to have people who are going bankrupt because they can't pay their medical bills -- for my mother to die of cancer at the age of 53 and have to spend the last months of her life in the hospital room arguing with insurance companies because they're saying that this may be a pre-existing condition and they don't have to pay for her treatment, there's something fundamentally wrong about that.” --Barack Obama—
    This story is repeated by millions of Americans who fall into the categories of middle-class, working poor or poor! What a nation we’ve become believing Healthcare a privilege for the few. America where the streets are paved with gold for 1% at the top meanwhile at the bottom of the heap people struggle to survive, some not, if they succumb to an illness that will topple that delicate balance between existing and perishing. Obamacare, with all its faults, has become hope for many.

  • Yes, Obamacare is helping more Americans get affordable healthcare.

    While the entire "Obamacare" bill contains too much to discuss here, I'll touch on several key components that contribute to me believing that it's a step in the right direction. Firstly, it makes it more difficult for providers to deny patients care based on pre existing conditions. This provision alone will ensure that some of the most at risk citizens will be able to get at least some of the care they need. Second, it makes coverage more accessible to families with children leaving school. These are normally people who, while typically healthy, also go without coverage. Lastly, despite what the fear mongering side will have you believe, this will actually make health care more affordable for employers. You know, the "job creators" that are held up so high as the gods that we all should bow down to. Yes, it helps them too. It even helps the insurance providers, as it means they'll have more customers to "care for". All in all, this is a win win across the board for everyone really, whether they admit it or not. It's not what we NEED right now, but at least it's a step forward.

  • Yes, Obamacare is helping more Americans get affordable healthcare.

    While the entire "Obamacare" bill contains too much to discuss here, I'll touch on several key components that contribute to me believing that it's a step in the right direction. Firstly, it makes it more difficult for providers to deny patients care based on pre existing conditions. This provision alone will ensure that some of the most at risk citizens will be able to get at least some of the care they need. Second, it makes coverage more accessible to families with children leaving school. These are normally people who, while typically healthy, also go without coverage. Lastly, despite what the fear mongering side will have you believe, this will actually make health care more affordable for employers. You know, the "job creators" that are held up so high as the gods that we all should bow down to. Yes, it helps them too. It even helps the insurance providers, as it means they'll have more customers to "care for". All in all, this is a win win across the board for everyone really, whether they admit it or not. It's not what we NEED right now, but at least it's a step forward.

  • No it isn't

    I do not think that Obamacare is a good thing. I think a lot of people are mislead and confused on what Obamacare actually is. I always hear people saying they are glad they get free healthcare now because of Obamacare, when that simply isn't the case. I think that the government needs to stay out of the health care game.

  • Obamacare is not a good thing.

    Obamacare is not a good thing. They are forcing the people that can not afford the health care to get it anyways. The amount that the patients pay in relation to having this insurance is about the same or more costly for them. I think that the Obamacare needs to be revised.

  • No Obamacare is expensive and unnecessary

    No Obama care is not a good thing, It costs a lot of money, buts a lot of insurance companies into bad spots which means increased payments for everyone else, and is unneeded. The program is helping a select few, many of whom don't want the help, at the expense of a large number.

  • Against Human Rights

    Healthcare is a product and service. No one should be forced to buy products or services. Especially if one cannot afford it. Most middle class people struggle with bills and debts. A penalty for not paying for healthcare services is bulling by our government. And it's making life harder for Americans to reach financial stability.

  • Is Socialism What we Want?!

    No, Obamacare is anything but a good thing. While more than half of America will continue to be in bliss with Obama's skillful tongue, the rest of us watch as our quality of health care decreases. The working American will now pay more, and get less service. Anybody taken economics? If you did, you'd know that this doesn't make sense in capitalism. Why? Because it is a SOCIALIST MOVEMENT. Check out Soviet Russia, and tell me if that's what you want.

  • Is Socialism What we Want?!

    No, Obamacare is anything but a good thing. While more than half of America will continue to be in bliss with Obama's skillful tongue, the rest of us watch as our quality of health care decreases. The working American will now pay more, and get less service. Anybody taken economics? If you did, you'd know that this doesn't make sense in capitalism. Why? Because it is a SOCIALIST MOVEMENT. Check out Soviet Russia, and tell me if that's what you want.


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