There is an assumption that Obama Care, AKA the Affordable Care Act, can be voided or erased.
Everything changed even before the affordable care act was passed, the insurance companies saw the handwriting on the wall and they knew that in order to keep the money they have they would need to change it all up so that you end up paying for a product that you never get.
Hospitals and the health care industry changed, they now have in place a system that is invisible but it is designed to deny care to those who need it most and in fact the very people who were to be helped by Obama Care.
I have personally seen this invisible system in action, if you want to know how it works just visit this website for more information.
The truth is that we now have health care reform, it is not what we wanted but it is here and congress does not have the guts to take away the Affordable care act.
So what does that mean, well it means that if you cant beat them then you have to join them.
The entire idea that Obama Care can be nullified is just not going to ever happen the reason why is that insurance companies made changes to the way they setup their policies these changes are in many ways loopholes that the law left in place.
This is why Obama Care, is here to stay, but does it have to be as big and as bad as it is?
The answer to that question is no.
Congress must change the law, update it to reflect the changes that the insurance companies and in many cases healthcare providers also made that makes it almost impossible to actually obtain quality healthcare.
You see what has happened here is that it is becoming very difficult to actually get any real medical care unless you pay for it yourself.
Self payer, is the largest growing market segment in the health care industry today and in the near future.
Imagine what might happen if congress were to do the right thing, change the bill so that it actually works to address the dirty tricks that hospitals and medical providers are using now to deny health services to those who need it most.
Deal with the insurance companies that have gutted their policies so that they cover almost nothing.
Monitor the market to see where the waste is occurring, manage what needs to be managed so that health care is not something that only the rich can afford.
It is time to hold congress accountable.
It is time to vote those people out of office that will not listen or do the will of the people.
2014 is your last chance.