What about personal finances? Are you against mortgages? What if you had a leaky roof? Would you hold off fixing the leak until you had the cash to pay for it or would you be willing to take a loan? What about student loans?
Debt can be extremely useful when used strategically. You just need to make sure that the money you spend pays for itself in the long run.
Also, when you reach your maximum limit on your "loan" or credit card, do you just call up the bank and say raise my limit each time or does the bank finally say "no, you can't get an increase"?
Please point me to the quote from the Republicans asking for a delay so that Obamacare can be implemented correctly? It is about exemptions and that should bother all Americans.shagg;1062369110]You answer my questions with questions. First off, what I'm saying is that republicans asking for a delay so that obamacare can be implemented correctly is an outright lie that they won't even try to defend, they don't want it done right they want it gone as a best possible scenario (from their perspective) or done wrong as a 2nd best scenario.
Why was it rushed through in the first place, Obama took over an economy that was in recession. He implemented a stimulus plan that failed and rather than focus on the economy his next piece of legislation was Obamacare. Make sense to you? It doesn't meTo address your post:
Thats 3 questions in 1 sentence
A) not necessarily, it was rushed and certainly could have been written better, with more consideration to certain issues. But when your writing in pencil (effectively) you don't crumple the whole crossword puzzle up because one of your answers doesn't fit in light of more recent developments, you flip the pencil around, use the eraser, and fix it.
C) that's not the point of the ACA, its to make coverage affordable and available. However, the ACA should increase competition, which should cause quality to improve over time.
History shows that whenever the govt. gets involved in social issues it is always about buying votes and not creating solutions to problems. Healthcare is a personal responsibility issue and nothing the govt. does changes that nor will it lower costs, improve quality, and improve service. We have a 17 trillion dollar debt today mostly due to social engineering so what has the govt. done? Create another entitlement program that will cost more than intended, do less than promised, and never solve the problemThere's tons of contradictory evidence that points to both sides being both right and wrong. There's also a lot of evidence of dishonesty with statistics, misrepresentation of facts, deliberately misleading sound bytes, and most everyone (but republicans far more so) working backwards from their conclusion and trying to find something that supports their own position, at times taking actions that create said evidence without any real need to do so (business owners ****ting on their workers in anticipation of obamacare, when they didn't need to take a dump anyway and could have done so elsewhere if they needed to). I trust none of it, let the ACA happen and lets see how it goes. America is strong enough to make the corrections needed and endure should the ACA prove to be as bad as the right makes it out to be. On the other hand, it could end up working really really well with a few adjustments, which is what the right is really scared of.
That isn't what I said, Congress should have the same advantages and disadvantages as average Americans. If Obamacare is so good then exempt no one.Bad analogies are bad. You suggest that obamacare will ruin the lives of those in congress if they don't exempt themselves. Do you think any of them would have a hard time buying health insurance, top tier, out of pocket? Just another empty talking point that sounds good but makes no sense if you stop to think about it.