Except for the personal infringement and tax raising, among other things.Which makes it conceptually identical to all other insurance.
Whatever gets you through the night, pal.Now that you’ve looked it up.
Well, then, we agree. Bad law.What do you mean ignored? I said it might cause a train wreck.
Actually, 40 million was used, and it included anyone that went a day without medical insurance. That's also far less than half of America.Apprx. 50 million has been the estimate for years now.
It's unfortunate, sure, but hardly scandalous and could have been solved with a far less contentious law. Don't forget....Obamacare does not eliminate that 12-15%, only reduces it somewhat. And we're back to what? Bad law.12%, 15%- Either number is scandalous, and if you can’t get on board with that then I don’t think it is any use discussing it further.