That's what my article "Is There a Doctor in the House" was supposed to do. Start a civil discussion about the unknowns in the ACA. And to point out the foolishness of passing legislation that the legislators knew not what they were enacting. I blame every Representative or Senator who voted for this bill who did not take the time to read and understand the entire bill. That obviously didn't happen.
It's apparent that the political class in Washington cares not a fig for the average American's health care or lack of it.
Neither the administration, the CBO, nor any of our federal representatives can even give an educated guess at the eventual cost of the ACA. They may claim they can, but that remains to be seen as the Act is fully implemented and the unintended consequences are felt by working Americans.
I repeat, if the German health care or any other national health service is so great, why is there lack of services for their citizens?
Lay aside the political factors and posturing and look at the Act itself. Will it provide "better" health care for all Americans? Can it be administered by government agents better than by medical professionals? A great deal of the problems professed in health care can be laid at the feet of government. Read more blog posts by Dacula Mayor Jimmy Wilbanks here.