Comments for: Obamacare: Good intentions won’t make health care affordable

Posted Nov. 15, 2012, at 4:20 p.m.

Mercifully, the election is over. Obamacare is here to stay. A strong role for the federal government in moving toward the goal of health care as a right of everybody in the United States is now firmly and, in my opinion, irreversibly established. Obamacare was a monumental political achievement in …

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  • Hayseed.

    Of course a simpler system is do-able. The problem is, the people who we hired to work for us, well, they don’t work for us. They work for corporations and line their own pockets. They are all sellouts to the highest bidder for their own personal gains. There’s a “funny” going around the internet that says something like “Politicians should be forced to wear jackets with the names of their sponsors all over them, like the NASCAR people do.”

  • Anonymous

    If ever there were an argument for universal, single payer coverage…..this is it.

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