Why is Obamacare bad?
Obamacare is otherwise known as The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The bill was passed last March 2010 and on the 23rd day of the same month and year, the President of the United States of America, Sir Barack Obama, signed the bill to be a law. Contained in this act are the immediate and time-bounded developments and improvements for the citizens of America regarding the affordability of their health care coverage, with emphasis on the preventive services made available. The new health care bill is composed of several platforms such as health benefits exchanges, health insurance reforms, tax credit refunds, and many other health related aims.
However, after Obamacare 2010 took effect in the American legislation, it has remained to be one of the most contested acts approved by the highly recognized President Barack Obama. Although many deem this act to be effective and influential, especially to the health of the American people, a lot are still against its promulgation because of the identified flaws that can greatly affect the health status of the nation. One of the major downfalls of this Act is that it contributes to the increasing national debt of the country. The promulgation of such Act was found to need funding to sustain and achieve the goals set. Although an alternative of increasing the taxes is an option, it still cannot help the economy and this would only create more complaints from the people themselves. And finally, Obamacare was found to be ineffective for America because it gives no freedom for its citizens to decide for one’s own health care. As the bill imposes all its citizens to participate, with none on exception, it is considered to be unconstitutional. Thus, Obamacare 2010 is not a good Act for the nation.