I believe that Obama Care is not helping our community, because it is making some people have less money. Some people also are buying the health care and don’t want it... ... middle of paper ... ...ests in a dozen states with radio ads criticizing Democrats who backed the health care law's creation. "We want to hold the president and these Democrats accountable for Obama care. "But Democrats -- who had moved to embrace Obama care before an autumn roll out of health care exchanges was overshadowed by website failures -- believe they will be able to shift voters' attention to the economy and job creation in time to preserve their majority. In conclusion to Obama Care there are some major issues with it.
The big issue is that Democrats believe that the bill that they pushed through Congress will help people with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes. They also believe in the long run it will benefit the United States as a whole. The Republicans however believe that the bill is destroying jobs, raising taxes, and increasing the cost of healthcare in general ("Repeal and Replace the Job-Destroying Health Care Law - A Pledge to America"). Some Alexander 2 people also believe it may hurt jobs in the medical field in the future and it may affect doctor's incomes now. On the other hand, everyone can accept that the healthcare reform law will indeed benefit people with pre-existing illnesses such as diabetes.
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.
Euthanasia may even bring about happiness in that it is what the person desires and wants, in order to no longer to be a burden to his/her family. Also, Euthanasia would stop the pain and not prolong the dying process. In the utilitarian point of view we all have a duty to our happiness, and a duty to the society. Euthanizing a person based on the society aspect makes sense. With greater and greater emphasis put on managed care today, many doctors are at a financial risk when they provide treatments to patients who are in the dying process.
Government: The politica... ... middle of paper ... ...es ought to be something you seize seriously. That is what condition insurance is all about — obscuring the expenses that come alongside stopping illness and staying healthy, and being ready for the worst that might happen. 3. The individual mandate is vital for concluding discrimination in health-insurance marketplaces, the key accomplishment of health-care reform. It won’t apply to the majority of Americans, who by now have the health insurance, and it will not force anybody to buy insurance if they couldn’t afford it, but removing the mandate will lead to a health-care reform that is less efficient.
The rising costs. The uneven quality. Health-care reform is the biggest domestic issue of this year because people are anxious.” (Gratzer p. 28) It is clear that one of the main reasons that so many Americans are uninsured is because of the rising costs of health care, ... ... middle of paper ... ...for our country and which one would improve our economy as well as providing the best health care for our citizens since the birth of our nation. “Yes, there are too many uninsured Americans, but insurance reform that would eventually see tens of millions of Americans shifted to a public program is not the answer. Yes costs are rising, but rationing by bureaucracy is not the answer.
The liberals, especially, have pushed hard to stop Obamacare because of the negative issues it has on the American people. One disadvantage to the Affordable Healthcare Act is since the program allows coverage for all citizens and does not allow people to be denied due to pre-existing conditions, those people who are healthy and take care of their bodies will end up carrying the financial burden of those who are obese, or drink alcohol, or smoke. Those in good health take care of those in poor health, and those in poor health actually are rewarded for being unhealthy (Gilbert,
Lastly with the government in charge of the entire health care system there will be prohibition on basic American rights such as patient confidentiality, and what lengths doctors can take to save a person’s life. While the idea of free health care sounds helpful for many Americans, one must look at the fine print on the page. The job market would be negatively affected by free health. In the First House Bill, HR 3200, Pg 127, lines 1-16 dictates doctors’ payment and income and will reduce what doctors earn, leading to greater shortages of doctors and more rationing of care. Pg 241, line 6-8 mandates that all doctors receive the same pay, regardless of specialty.
According to Vishal Persaud of NBC Washington, the average price of health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is $328. At first glance this may seem like a fair price, but is this actually the most affordable option? Can everybody get this option? The fact of the matter is that this is not actually the best option for United States citizens. The act forces many Americans to lose their current insurance, meaning many citizens paying small amounts of money for insurance will actually have to pay more because of the act; also, the act will force government dependency, reducing the freedom that America was once known for.
Those who do not purchase health insurance will receive a tax penalty issued by the government. (Medicaid) If mandatory health insurance is still too expensive for certain individuals, the government will help them financially (ProCon). This is where the controversy comes in. Many people, mostly Republicans, don’t feel that they need to pay for other peoples‘ health insurance. 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?