With­out the young, Oba­macare fails

The Washington Times Daily - - Editorial -

I would sug­gest to the young peo­ple and those af­fected badly by the health care de­ba­cle that they re­volt against a law that is tak­ing away their right to free will. Only then will Pres­i­dent Obama — who has told mul­ti­ple un­truths about his sig­na­ture health care law — and his co­horts get the mes­sage that you can’t make the Amer­i­can peo­ple be­come so­cial­ists.

Fur­ther, if those younger peo­ple upon whom Mr. Obama’s whole Ponzi sys­tem de­pends don’t ap­ply be­cause they are un­em­ployed and can’t even pay the fine or en­roll, then how, pray tell, will the gov­ern­ment en­force the law? Is it go­ing to lock ev­ery­one up?

Lastly, the 30 mil­lion unin­sured poor peo­ple to whom Mr. Obama says he wants to give health care will now be mil­lions more ow­ing to hav­ing been dropped by their insurance com­pa­nies. This in and of it­self has placed an un­due bur­den on the Amer­i­can peo­ple. Hav­ing said that, the $600-mil­lion-plus spent on the Oba­macare web­site could have been used to give said mil­lions their health care 10 times over. Thanks for the chaos and great lead­er­ship, Mr. Obama. GRE­GORY J. TOPLIFF War­renville, S.C.

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