Let Obamacare die slowly and we will all be better
In light of the Republican failure to pass a new health care plan, I am reminded of the words, “Bad thing, good thing. Who knows?” So now maybe by stepping back and letting Obamacare die its slow death, it will be a good thing. Certainly it’s a bad thing for those who cannot afford what was touted to have been good for them. Their biggest disappointment? “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your insurance plan, you can keep your insurance plan.” Had Obama’s famous words been true, health care would not be in the mess it is today.
Then again, could this be a good thing? Has anyone learned from: “We have to sign it so we can read it?’” My goodness, Nancy Pelosi! I hope these words end up on your tombstone someday.
At the peak of the 2016 election with Hilary’s fireworks waiting in the wings, Obama said, “A vote for Hilary is a vote for my legacy!” Could this have been another reason why she wasn’t elected?
Bad thing, good thing. Who knows?