“The old saying that ‘you’re welcome to your own opinions but not your own facts’ seem quaint seems quaint in today’s political environment. We are a nation divided not only by partnership and ideology, but also by wildly divergent realities” (“The Right’s ObamaCare Rhetoric is Completely Detached from Reality,” Holland). Society is very upset over ObamaCare because of the facts there are many criticisms towards this legitimate Act called ObamaCare. Many people are saying ObamaCare is one of the worse things that ever happened. Indiana Rep. Todd Ripkita said “one of the most insidious laws ever created by man” (“The Right’s ObamaCare Rhetoric is Completely Detached from Reality,” Holland). Some Am...
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