Posted By Confutus
The growing furor over the ACA isn't going to go away. This is the political equivalent of Chernobyl or Fukushima-Daiji: a nuclear disaster. will never work. It's been known by computer experts for decades that it's nearly hopeless to try to fix a badly designed system (which this is) especially while it's live and running. And ACA won't work without it. Users still can't get in to enroll, those who are uninsured by choice (cost, good health, dislike of government hassle) don't want a balky headache, data security is terrible, the output for insurers is error-ridden to the point of unusability, the actuarial statistics of the few enrollees so far are looking dismal, and most people haven't begun to see what ACA will do to to their employer-provided health benefits. And Obama is still surrounded by yes-men who are in serious denial about just those problems that have surfaced so far, and whose attempts to deflect opposition are so absurd it's pathetic. When they run out of lies , look for anger and reprisal. Time is running out for Obama to come up with a way to get ACA working within the law. He's already started ignoring inconvenient parts of the law. Rather than accept a political defeat, he probably begin ignoring more of them, and govern increasingly by executive order and fiat, which will generate even more controversy and criticism. Given that when people run out of lies, they begin responding to criticism with reprisal, Obama will see little choice but resort to increasingly obnoxious tyrannical measures and go further and further outside the law. I wouldn't mind seeing the whole rotten welfare state come down. I just don't want the Republic and the Constitution to come down with it.
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