- Obama Care, The Supremes, and The Constitution
Obama Care, The Supremes, and The Constitution
30 June 2012 03:34
Many believe that universal health care or Obama Care as it is called is only one more step down the slippery slope of Socialism. With the ruling of the Supremes, specifically that it passes constitutional muster, albeit as a tax, Obama Care has a good chance of seeing the light of day. However, there is clearly one overarching issue remaining, that of a Romney presidency. Absent that, it would seem that the new health plan will become reality. Although it is the law for now, it is not very popular, especially among the majority of small businesses owners who will be forced to ante up or pay a penalty.
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