The studies look at the different countries from 1960 to 1991 (Kenworthy) and from 1970 to 1997 (Bradley et al.). Both these periods are roughly when major welfare programs where implemented such as the War on Poverty in the United States. The results of both studies show that poverty has been significantly reduced during the periods where major welfare programs were created."
How is this not showing one caused the other? Is the OECD wrong on there studies of all countries with welfare programs? Ok, how about this, show me how the "unregulated free market" helps the poor.
In other words, he wants to repeal the ACA because he believes (as I do) that it's a junk law. If the government wanted to contain healthcare costs for everyone, this wasn't the law to do it. The ACA for the most part is nothing but a very large entitlement. The ACA also stretches far and above the movement of government employees' plans from where they were to Exchanges. That policy didn't even take effect until 5 years after the bill was signed into law.
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