Letter: Health-care reform: Let’s go back and get it right this timeWow, three letters to the editor last week that applaud ObamaCare. One stated he would not call it ObamaCare but rather the Affordable Care Act.
By: Dave Fehringer, city of River Falls, River Falls Journal
Wow, three letters to the editor last week that applaud ObamaCare.
One stated he would not call it ObamaCare but rather the Affordable Care Act.
First, how will it be affordable when our taxes will rise? Second, why not call it ObamaCare since he was the one that pushed, corralled, coerced and lied to get it passed by the Democratic Congress.
Another letter stated how happy her son was because John Roberts upheld ObamaCare. Both her and her son should go to following website: http://www.michaelpryce.com/node/158
The site lists 10 reasons why we do not want ObamaCare. Oh, yes, it is written by a doctor who is also a Republican. Oh, no, not a republican!
ObamaCare is 2,700 pages long. These are only the framework for ObamaCare. Most rules or details have not yet been written.
Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services secretary, has been dreaming up the details this past year. This is where the contraceptive debacle came from.
Now we know why Nancy Pelosi said, “We have to pass it to see what’s in it.”
She was alluding to the finalized version, not the 2,700 pages.
What Congress passed was only the undercarriage. If you read ObamaCare, it says more than once that the rest is to be determined by none other than Kathleen Sebelius.
If Chief Justice Roberts would have voted on the bill that was presented AND the Constitution, he could not have voted for ObamaCare. This is why he had to rewrite it.
Roberts seems more concerned about making a legacy for himself than upholding the Constitution.
We need health care reform but ObamaCare is not the answer. We need to repeal it and start over. Let’s produce something most Americans like and want. Most don’t want ObamaCare.