• It is foolish and un-popular

    Civil Rights are the Freedoms of Civilians. Doctors do NOT have to work for less money. I do not have to pay for more health care than I need. There is not one instance where more government regulation has brought more productivity or lowered costs. We will see the federal government continue to print money until the currency collapses. 50% of America cannot understand the simple rules of supply and demand. You have inner city, union run schools to thank for that.

  • It's a little difficult to be certain...

    Let's be real: Can you really be certain if a law that is over a thousand pages long and wasn't even read by the congressmen who voted upon it can really be considered fool proof? How many protests have we seen from the American People over this law? We can't see the future but it is possible for this law to be unraveled or overturned at a later date.

  • Obamacare will not unravel

    Obamacare is not unconstitutional, it is just a Republican's headache. When people realize what the act really entails it will appeal more to them. Obamacare will reduce the deficit by $210 billion over the next 10 years. To let it unravel and repeal the law would increase the federal tour deficit by $210 billion over the next ten years.

  • No, at least not all of it

    The Affordable Care Act has many very important and extremely popular provisions such as not denying healthcare coverage for pre-existing conditions, birth control coverage, etc that I don't think will unravel. However its possible that some of its tenets will be changed or gotten rid of. Overall I think it will not unravel, but have some modifications.

  • No, it is backed by solid thinking

    This isn't some slip shod, shooting from the hip response to a one time problem in this country. This so called "Obamacare" is an intellectual response to a chronic problem that is being addressed in a thoughtful and intelligent manner. Those types of things don't "unravel." It will change, however, as any good system should.

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