It’s tough to get a grasp of it, because it affects every aspect of the American economy
What will America look like after Obamacare is more fully implemented, following this fall’s election?
Writing at RealClearPolicy, Hadley Heath and Heather Higgins argue:
“Among these consequences are reduced freedom, liberty, and choice, higher taxes, greater debt, higher health insurance costs, higher cost of employment, more government regulations, fewer options, less innovation, lower quality care, and ultimately fewer lives saved. Having your choices be dictated, and having none of them be choices you want, is no choice at all.”
What’s worse: Most Americans are completely unaware of what’s in Obamacare. They can’t be faulted for that. Many of those who voted for the gigantic law haven’t even read it. Who has time to read 3,000 pages of subsections and legalese?
Did you know that after “full implementation” 23 million people will still lack health coverage—nearly half the current total?
Did you know that the provision allowing adults to stay on their parents plans until age 26 has significantly raised premium costs for families? And that this provision has already cost twice as much as budgeted?
Read more at RealClearPolicy (1 page).