The Affordable Care Act means higher health care costs and more taxes. The big spender has spent almost $2 trillion to implement his health care law. Americans must realize that the government is not furnishing you any medical care for this $2 trillion expenditure, it is only trying to administer or control health care.
President Barack Obama said that all Americans should have health insurance to stop the threat of bankruptcy. If he had stopped here, and only mandated everyone to have coverage, that would have been a more palatable law for the American people. To require health care is one thing; it is a far more reprehensible thing to dictate 3,500 pages of regulations and another 10,000 pages of administrative regulations to regulate health care to its minute detail.
The president and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel believe that only they know what constitutes a good health care policy.
Americans have always been risk-takers. Our economic system is based on that premise. Perfection always costs more. Forcing Americans to buy only what the government dictates is un-American, and costly.