The Affordable Care Act ( Obamacare )

911 Words Jul 24th, 2016 4 Pages
The Not So Affordable Affordable Care Act The Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) was made to help uninsured Americans gain insurance for their families without having to pay too much money out of pocket. After years of debating and perfecting ObamaCare the US government finally decided to let the bill pass. ALTHOUGH OBAMACARE HAS GOOD INTENTIONS; IT IS NOW LEAVING OUR NATION WITH UNTRUSTWORTHY MEDICAL INSURANCE AND FACILITIES, CREATING MORE NATIONAL AND PERSONAL DEBT THAN WAS INTENDED, AND DESTROYING JOBS.
Starting in 2014, ObamaCare promised to let citizens keep their doctors and insurance plans. Yet, many Americans soon needed to change plans because all of a sudden their insurance was not “government approved” (Garth Kant). Pulling out a client 's doctor from underneath their feet, should be unconstitutional. Now many Americans are forced to look for a doctor that is “approved” and fits their personal and physical needs. Meanwhile transferring personal medical information can not only be difficult, but are open to the chance of loosing forms and transferring information to the wrong person. Americans who are looking for new insurance companies also have a very high risk of identity theft. Garth Kant, an author from WND’s website, states that:
CNBC reports Obamacare is “a dream come true for rip-off artists.” Scam artists are setting up fake health-care exchanges on the Internet, enticing victims to enter their personal financial information. Other scam artists are…
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