Good article, I also noticed that it didn't originate from Fox News.
I've been reading some posts on a liberal website and those ardent defenders of Obama and the Democratic machine are indeed getting a rude awakening and are universally going, "WTF, I didn't vote for this shit!" Too bad it took so long and had to be something that would affect them in their immediate comfort zone before they finally realized what was happening.
I noticed that this article is in the opinion section of the Wall Street and it is clearly the opinion of a conservative.
Only time will tell if the ACA will work.
Like I said previously the ACA concept was first proposed by republican's.
[Romney’s signature legislative achievement served as the model for Obamacare. But as Romney said in a debate in Las Vegas last October, “we got the idea of an individual mandate…from [Newt Gingrich], and [Newt] got it from the Heritage Foundation.”
It would seem that 1990s conservatives weren’t concerned with the constitutional implications of allowing Congress to force people to buy a private product. “I don’t remember that being raised at all,” Mark Pauly told Ezra Klein last year. “The way it was viewed by the Congressional Budget Office in 1994 was, effectively, as a tax…So I’ve been surprised by that argument.”]http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/2012/02/07/the-tortuous-conservative-history-of-the-individual-mandate/
I still believe it can work if we give it a fair shot. Is it perfect? No, nothing is or ever will be perfect but one thing certain, Healthcare costs will continue to skyrocket faster than the cost of living.
I also reiterate, republican's are not friends of LGBT people whether or not you are for or against O'Bamacare.
It baffles me how anyone of us can say we are republican's.