Obamacare And Affordable Care Act

997 Words Jan 30th, 2015 4 Pages
Case White
Professor Eastman
English 1020
29 January 2015
Obamacare’s Healthier America
Health care has been a controversial topic of discussion for all Americans since it was put in effect many years ago. Currently the biggest debate of Healthcare up to date is Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is a Health care Reform that is a governmental attempt to make basic health care easily obtainable. However, there are no benefits without cost in situations like this, and upon that are different viewpoints on the subject thus creating political debates discussing if it is ethically correct. The overall goal that Obamacare hopes to accomplish is that through specific changes through insurance companies, industry standards, and patient guarantees a healthier America will be produced. Obamacare has its ups and downs for both the generally agreeing democratic viewpoints and the opposing republican side. Both viewpoints have their own beliefs about how Health care works and Obamacare is somewhat in between on this. Most arguments on Obamacare deal with Medicaid being constitutional and if Obamacare truly reduces the total cost of health care for individuals and in the government.
The valid arguments contained in Obamacare consist of the views from the political sides of republican and democratic. Democrats believe that Healthcare should be a guarantee and accessible to everyone including those who can’t afford it introducing subsidies that use…
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