“As states are forced to redirect a growing portion of their budgets to Medicaid, less funding will be available for other state priorities, such as education.”(Senger) Some people that are going to a college could be having problems because with Obama Care it is making colleges more expensive and where you have to pay more money. Most people have a problem with it because Obama is making us have health care. Obama is also taking away our human rights that we have as a citizen.Obama is also making us get his preferred insurance which is what takes away our rights.. It also takes away money for people like landlords. I believe that Obama Care is not helping our community, because it is making some people have less money.
Under the Obama Administration the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, was enacted to reform the healthcare industry in America. The Affordable Care Act is government mandated healthcare that allows for low income individuals access to healthcare. Obamacare was enacted to reduce the uninsured rate of Americans by requiring insurance companies to insure all individuals regardless of pre-existing conditions or low credit. Without understanding of economics, universal government mandated healthcare seems like a good idea. However, the restrictions and costs that are caused by Obamacare ultimately destroys the economy and negatively affects doctors, American taxpayers, and businesses in America.
On the other hand, most Democrats state that everyone should have the right to get affordable health care no matter what (Obamacarefacts.com) The real question is... Do the benefits outweigh the costs of Obama Care? People are losing more money because... ... middle of paper ... ... surgery done. If they have no coverage, most likely they will not be able to afford any procedures or stays in the hospital. So who is left with the bill? Providers are becoming worried because as a doctor you may not know if someone has active insurance or not (Fox News).
Insurance rates going up, citizens getting angry, politicians going crazy. These are examples of only some of the bad things Obamacare has done to people. Citizens that don’t want Obamacare shouldn’t have to have it for these three main reasons: Obama said on multiple occasions that people would be able to keep their original health insurance once Obamacare is intact, Obamacare will cost taxpayers that don’t even want the insurance thousands of dollars yearly, and people ,such as the Catholics, are having a problem with the contraception Obamacare covers. There is absolutely no reason why people shouldn’t be able to keep their original health insurance. If they wanted Obamacare they would have signed up for the insurance online.
When Obamacare, a law passed to guarantee affordable health insurance to all Americans, was put into action it received many responses, and not all of them were positive. Obamacare was portrayed to be a great healthcare initiative and many people supported it. When the law was passed, however, it was revealed that most of it was a big lie. Obamacare should be taken away due to the many problems it has and unbeneficial results it produces, such as, unaffordable health care means fewer people have jobs, the benefits described are not near as nice as they were made out to be, and it is impossible to provide insurance for everybody in the United Sates without raising taxes. With the slow economy today, jobs are already hard to find, but under
The act was supposed to help the citizens without any insurance but now it is ac... ... middle of paper ... ... on. Having to keep up with inflation and the constant spending involved in a practice may prove to be too difficult. Many practices will need to either combine and cut back on expenses, or shut down entirely. This, like mentioned before, would also lead to less options for citizens to choose from when receiving medical attention. This whole diminishing medical field is enough alone to prove that this form of universal healthcare is not an ideal option for the United States.
These people are “praying that nothing will happen to their health or to the health of their children” (Faris, 1999). Privatized insurance companies have prices that are far beyond their reach, and many do not qualify for Medicaid. What if there was a public option health care that all Americans could a... ... middle of paper ... ...nst a government run health care program. They say that privatized insurance companies may fail because they will lose their clients to the lower cost public option. They are also worried that doctors will become underpaid and will leave the program.
Yes costs are rising, but rationing by bureaucracy is not the answer. Yes, more choices are needed, but a rigidly regulated health-insurance exchange designed to change everyone’s plans is not the answer.” (Gratzer p.30) Although this issue is urgent, it is best not to rush it because it can have greater unforeseen consequences, especially for the economy that is already in distress. Hopefully there will soon be a resolution that can be in agreement for both political parties of the United States so that they can work together and help rebuild this nation.
On civil liberties he is very similar to how all the other candidates feel about it. Ken Cuccinelli opposes the new healthcare reform and wants to change it to the way the health care was. He wants to leave the medical decisions to the doctors and the families and that the government should stay out of people’s healthcare. He has stated that the new”Obamacare will cost the country more than it will save it in the long run”. He also wants to make state crossing healthcare legal which would increase interstate commerce and be better for the economy.
Obamacare hurts more average Americans than it even aims to benefit. A. Funding from the health sector that now goes to Obamacare cuts back America’s competitive edge on medical research due to the redistribution of funds. B. The wealthy Americans or Americans who already had healthcare now can lose their family doctors, must pay additional taxes, and must obey the act or be fined.