• More People Covered

    Less people using the emergency room with out paying for their visit. That comes out of tax payer dollar which adds to the national deficit. People make everything about money and that is why logic hardly ever gets entered in the equation on these topics. It also leads to people being able to afford health care and less people will go bankrupt. Which adds to the over all wellness of the economy.

  • Studies say yes

    Studies show that obamacare will help reduce the deficit because medical costs are a huge part of our budget. We will have a dramatic decrease in having to pay hospital bills for people who can't afford them, which tax payers have to pay. It will also reduce overall health care costs.

  • Obamacare will Decrease the Federal Deficit.

    The Affordable Care Act will make the price of health care much lower and it will decrease the amount the government has to spend, thus reducing the deficit. Many groups oppose these reforms because they are making a lot of money off of the current system. The government should not have to spend as much on health care anymore.

  • Designed to fail.

    Obamacare is not supporting itself under its own system. All of the younger people who are supposed to be making the program balanced are refraining from signing up, causing premiums to rocket for the elderly people that are. Currently, hospitals are also eating infinite bills from the people who supposedly have proper coverage, but the insurance is only paying a fraction of what is needed. Obamacare is pushing us toward a single-payer health care system, under which Canada runs. It is weakening medical sector, which accounts for an immense amount of commerce in the medical sector. In slowly destroying this part of the private sector the entire economy is suffering more and only deepening the deficit in which we exist. The insurance is poorly organized, is not reaching out to enough consumers, and causing hospitals and the medical sector of the economy to plummet. Not only is it destroying our economy but our healthcare system with it.

  • No, Obamacare will not decrease the Federal Deficit.

    Obamacare is going to increase the Federal deficit most likely. There is going to be an increase in cost to the Federal Budget due to many people getting health care benefits at such a low cost due to their economic conditions. This is going to further increase our Federal Budget deficit.

  • No, the two are not related.

    No, Obamacare will not decrease the federal deficit, because there is nothing in Obamacare that reduces federal spending. It is true that Obamacare raises taxes on the very rich. But the very rich cannot even pay all of their wealth in order to end the national debt. Obamacare doesn't resolve our spending issues, so it will not decrease the federal deficit.

  • Obamacare to Increase Federal Deficit

    The rollout of Obamacare and the exchange sites' snafus have proven that Obamacare will increase the federal deficit. Unfortunately, the rollout isn't being handled properly and is blowing through its initial projected budget. This is a huge issue for the American people and the United States as the federal deficit continues to rise at a rapid pace.

  • No, Obamacare will make the deficit worse

    Obamacare is a disaster. It is already increasing out-of-pocket premium expenses for individuals through the exchanges, for worse insurance plans. For the mid-level plans, people will qualify for massive subsidies - increasing the deficit. And against the admin's plan, a huge portion of those signing up through are actually qualifying for Medicaid - increasing the deficit.

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