[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Obamacare has several problems. Aside from being inherently unfair and at-odds with our freedoms as Americans, the socialized medicine overhaul is far from economically viable. Like the housing market bubble, Obamacare has been propped-up with a “we’ll worry about the consequences later” mentality.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Unfortunately, anybody with even a basic understanding of mathematics and/or economics can see that the feasibility of Obamacare is nothing short of a proverbial trainwreck.
Still, Obama and his cohorts have vigorously defended the law as “working” when, in reality, it remains in danger of collapsing our economy and deeply devastating the world economy.
Those who point out the fatal flaws of Obamacare, however, are often dismissed as partisan naysayers. Recently, as the Supreme Court considers the constitutionality of Obamacare subsidies, Obama blasted critics of the law as “deeply cynical” people.
“There’s something deeply cynical about constant efforts to roll back progress,” Obama told the Catholic Health Association. “I understand folks being worried before the law was passed and there wasn’t a reality there to examine. But once you see folks having healthcare, you’d think it’d be time to move on.”
The group is a strong supporter of the healthcare law. Introducing the president, Sister Carol Keehan, the association’s president, said, “As you know, how long we have wanted and waited for a healthcare system that treats everyone with dignity. Many presidents tried and failed, but not President Obama.”
Obama continued to blast critics,saying,
“The unending ‘chicken little’ warnings that somehow making health insurance fairer and easier to buy would somehow lead to an end of the American way of life — lo and behold, that didn’t happen,” Obama said.
“In fact, the Affordable Care Act worked out better than some of us anticipated. The critics stubbornly ignore reality.”
President Obama and his defenders continue to maintain that those who criticize the law simply don’t understand the law’s benefits or that they are simply partisan cynics. In truth, those who continue to support the socialized overhaul are simply denying reality.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]The truth is that there has not been a single aspect of Obamacare that has functioned the way it should. The IRS requires more and more money to enforce its mandates, doctors continue to have their hands tied, hospitals are forced to coddle and cave to patient demands if they are to have a chance at reimbursement for the care provided, the healthcare exchanges are a costly nightmare continually on the verge of collapse and the entire house of cards rests upon a simple premise of the healthy opting to pay substantially more for healthcare to offset the costs for the sick.
Call us cynics if you wish, Mr. President, but I prefer the term “aware.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]