United States, Healthcare Repair, Part II

The first part of this article was written September 30, 2014.  Sadly, very little has changed in the nearly three years that have past and if you compare the two articles you will see that I intentionally left much of the original article alone because so little has changed.

Today, Obamacare is dead but its death has not been pronounced.  Some would say it is a good law and that we have to give it more time.  Others say its failure is due to the insurance companies not wanting to participate in the Exchanges.  Still others would say it was just an overall bad law; too complicated, too obtrusive, and too socialistic for the American Republic.  And of course, each political party is quick to blame the other for the laws failures.  Regardless of which school of thought you personally fall into, it is clear that our national healthcare system is still in the need of repair.

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