Everyone Hates Obamacare. So It’s Working.

The Affordable Care Act has achieved a dubious distinction: it has brought Americans together. Conservatives are convinced that it is a bolshevik government takeover of private enterprise. Progressives view it as a sell out to big health insurance companies.

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  • LeftyMathProf
    June 25, 2021 8:34 AM

    But it is not always true that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.”

  • 0bamacareⒹ — Shoddy insurance without that stigma of a low price!

  • alex_the_tired
    June 25, 2021 9:56 AM

    I suppose the answer is, at its most basic, as follows. ACA increased the number of people on Medicaid. The level of care has remained about the same (not that anyone cares what sort of care poor trash gets). And everyone, conveniently, seems unable to agree on whether there’s been a reduction in costs. As the medical industry is mostly for-profit, I think it’s a safe bet to call it a corporate sell-out designed to look like socialism.

  • Are any of the commentators here actually enrolled in OBAMACARE? I am. I get top shelf scrips for nothing and my checkups for free. Seems there’s a few people here who have no idea how or even why to take advantage of a system designed to be taken advantage of. Get what you can while you can and quit fucking whining about some utopian bullshit dream that will never manifest.

    • Hey Jocko,

      Tell me what you pay for your Obamacare per year and what your out of pocket cost is before the plan pays anything.

      Are you getting free stuff because you are living below the poverty level ?

      In short, I want to know what all your free stuff costs you.

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