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Stop Obamacare: A Plan That Does Not Help Us Essay

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STOP OBAMACARE!! “When we look back five years from now, ten years from now, or twenty years from now, we’ll be better off because we had the courage to pass this law and keep moving forward.” –President Barack Obama. Obamacare also known as “The Affordable Care Act” is a new health care plan that was passed as a law on March 23, 2010 and should be in full affect by year of 2013-2014. This law will continue to roll out until the year 2022. This new health care plan has a goal, and the goal is to provide Americans access to “affordable,” quality health insurance. It also wants to decrease the growth in health care spending in the United States. Obamacare provides an offer of numbers of new benefits, rights and protections. This…show more content…
The “high earners” are the individuals who will be affected more by this. This is not fair to a lot of people because, younger people are often not as sick as older people. So, why should they pay for something that they do not want? They should not be forced or held responsible paying for something they did not even want. Other reasons why passing Obamacare was not a good idea is because passing this law was supposed to be helping people in the United States feel protected by having a decent health care plan. But most people can not afford the price and changes in there plan. Some business companies say that by the year 2015 they will have to provide full-time workers with coverage. Some companies will only cover at least 50 full-time workers, which means a lot of people will end up getting hours cut, or losing there jobs. On a website I read a quote that was said by a man named Cruz, and he said “Obamacare is the nation’s number one job killer. To all the young people who are graduating from high school and college and are looking for jobs, Washington refuses to remove this obstacle that prevents them from climbing up the economic ladder. To all the single parents who are seeing their hours reduced to 29 hours to avoid Obamacare’s penalties for employers, Washington has turned a deaf ear to their pleas for help.” ObamaCare focuses more on making sure individuals are covered than it does on addressing the price of care
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