Posted 12 months ago on Oct. 3, 2013, 12:16 p.m. EST by cell81
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Congress’s and the President’s failure to work together and resolve their issues, has reminded of how the “forgotten people” are left with the burdens of their inefficiencies. It is true that America deserves quality healthcare that everyone can afford, just like they deserve a job that will help them pay for it.
We helped Big Banks through stimulus that were taken from our tax dollars so they could resolve their incompetence throughout the Financial Crisis.
We have worked hard and helped America move into an economic recovery.
We have gone through disasters and wars that has helped America to become stronger.
Where are our bonuses?
Where are our means to a better life?
Where are our means of securing a better future for our children?
These are Congress’s and the President’s failures. Here are some issues with the Affordable Care Act:
The power of the Federal government could become overwhelming and bloated. (The Federal Government must allow check and balances from the State thus allowing the State to have precedence over its own community) I f someone does not want to sign up, why should they be fined? (Liberty of choice should not penalized for the sake of what the government says is the good)
Health is a personal matter therefore the government has no clam over it. Only to educate and protect the well being as a whole.
Money cannot come before health therefore a fine is unjustifiable.
While people should contribute to the well being of all it should not come as a penalty. It should come from a regular commonwealth tax. Through a low level tax everyone should be entitled to emergency care of up to at about 70%.
The mandate’s inability to be implemented within the public effectively and for the public to be educated about it, is reason enough for it to be delayed as a beta. There should be no consequences for a full year.
The inability to cite authentic claims to the public and not to allow participation are both Congress’s and the President’s fault. Stop misplacing blame and work together for America and its people. Our forebears would be ashamed, remember them.