By JAVIER MANJARRESCongresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been pumping the Obamacare pom poms, since the idea of a nationalize (socialized) healthcare system was first discussed, and has said that “Health care is not a privilege, it is a right”.
But what exactly does she mean by that?
She is correct in saying that “health care is not a privilege,” but a right that all Americans have to choose whether to have good healthcare, bad healthcare, or no healthcare at all.
The “privilege” that Americans have is, the “privilege” to live in a country where they are afforded the opportunity to purchase healthcare and certain inalienable rights and freedoms that will not be found anywhere else.
Wasserman Schultz and her Democratic Party friends and colleagues, have seen President Obama’s legacy legislation implode, as the Obamacare roll out has turned out to be nothing less than disastrous, and has only been able to enroll a minimal amount of Americans to the plan.Hundreds of thousands of Americans are already facing the fact that they will soon loose their existing health insurance, because those policies ‘are not good enough’ for Obama, and will be force to either pay more for health insurance through the Obamacare exchanges, or simply pay the tax and pass on having health insurance.
A recent national poll has 70% of Registered voters supporting the delay Obamacare for one year.
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