Obamacare supporters come up with so many reasons why conservatives despise the health care reform bill. It’s a race thing (a poisonous theory that deserves no real credence). They’re upset because so many Americans are for it (not true—polls prove otherwise). The president needs to sell it harder (not possible considering all the stops he pulled to get the bill into law).
Well, they can come up with all the excuses they want, because the truth of the matter is that conservatives aren’t just disagreeing with the bill because of political issues; they’re disagreeing with it because it is a genuinely atrocious, dangerous law.
Not only are all the promises that Obama made about “more affordable health care for all” and “if you like your current plan, you can keep it” completely false, but Obama pushed this bill into law without a majority vote—and despite the fact that many Americans were outwardly opposed to it.
As if that’s not bad enough, when it comes right down to it, Obamacare is forcing Americans to buy a product, whether they want it or need it or not. Where does the government get off making us buy something? And if they can get away with this, what will they get away with next?
Read on to see why Obamacare is an inherently bad and corrupt law: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/tygrrrr-express/2013/oct/4/why-obamacare-remains-hated/
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