2012 politics

The Affordable Care Act at the Mercy of the Bin

“The Supreme Court’s skeptical consideration of President Obama’s landmark health-care legislation this week has forced his supporters to contemplate the unthinkable: that the justices could throw out the law and destroy the most far-reaching accomplishment of the Obama presidency.”

The Supreme Court was asked to rule on the Affordable Care Act because the political opposition of the TEA/GOP has branded the Affordable Care Act widely disliked by most American voters – and because Big Government intrusion is view as something unacceptable when the National Constitution is overstep in favor of a selective political-part of the American population. The Constitution of the U.S. is absolutely sacred to our national identity and when violated in behalf of political ideology, then the branch of our Supreme Court must act immediately. The country is witnessing that now and it has become clear that it works when unconstitutional illegalities come to the table.

Nevertheless, I would urge that The Supreme Court focus on what is at stake here: does the Affordable Care Act optimized our health care system for the nation, does it cut or enlarge expenditures after the economic recession we’ve been trough or is better be thrown into the bin. I certainly believe our Care System is in urgent need for a total reformation. Getting sick is something unpredictable and getting sick it is not like going to buy car insurance when there is option of not to drive a car. This is why I’m looking forward to see that our Supreme Court can bring some rationality to the quagmire of the Congress and the Obama’s Affordable Care Act. We need the Court to show the world that the United States is a functioning world power for our own good and not about to destroy itself from within as  political detractor tireless hope.

(Image by Daryl Cagle)


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