Rather, it's the beginning: of a healthier life, a life with less needless suffering, for many people I know- 30% of adults uninsured in my state! Think about it! One out of three. And we're not even the worst. Other states are worse off.Those who think the passing of this bill is "the end" are being overdramatic and over reacting. It isn't.
Society will benefit if people are able to get treatment for their chronic and acute illnesses before they become permanently disabled from them.
That will help the economy, not hurt it.
Every single one of us gets sick. Someday, each of us will get so sick that we won't be able to get better again, and we'll die.
This is true no matter how well we try to take care of ourselves.
People need to be able to go to the doctor. Everyone gets sick.
One out of three adults not having access to medical care is unacceptable.
No wonder our economy is in the tank.