The Affordable Care Act is a slap insult on Washington D.C: A commentary
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The Affordable Care Act is a slap insult on Washington D.C: A commentary

Washington : DC : USA | Jul 02, 2012 at 9:54 AM PDT
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U.S. President Obama delivers statement about the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Health Care Act at the White House in Washington

The Affordable Care Act is a slap insult on Washington: A commentary

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Dhreff

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State governors more inclined to reject ObamaCare than to implement it is viewed as a slap insult on Washington D.C. White House becomes inutile for it leaves the fate of the law more on merciless rejection by the state level rather than espousing and supporting it.

What's the use of formulating and eventually passing it as a law when it reaches its end users would reject it? It was really a big waste of time, efforts and resources both for government and the American taxpayers.

How could it be a legacy of President Obama? By means of the ObamaCare insurance businesses perpetuate the greed as they are boosted to rake in more profits at the sacrifices of Middle and poor America including the young people who can't afford to pay.

ObamaCare will be written down in history as "an instrument to cultivate greed and profits" at the expense of American taxpayers. It is a means to enslave America. This moral less foundation of the law makes it to be hurting and painful to remember.

ACA is a heartless bait offered to Americans which makes it a slap insult on Washington D.C.

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dhreff is based in Olongapo, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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