I don't believe the passage of Obamacare was wise or prudent. The problem is that Congress has overspent available funds in the U.S., pretending that extensive government programs are a right and not a privilege. I'm not against good treatment of the citizens but against forced excess (taxation) on the people. Witness Stockton, Calif., and their bankruptcy via dishonest hope that hope would rescue them. The government has unwisely chosen the path to poverty for us. Although all men are equal in opportunity, some are too lazy to give the effort to achieve therefore, the system will fail -- like Greece, Spain, Italy, etc. Only a fool believes continual spending over means will work.
The problems include:
1. Would the government lie to the people?
2. Promises for cheaper health care --justified as a tax?
3. Attorney General Holder censured -- are not most of Congress lawyers?
4. Did higher education costs come down due to government intervention?
5. Is government operating for self glorification or to properly serve all the people?
These are the questions to ask even though the cat is out of the bag.
-- James C. Langford, Richland