Posted by: Lawrence D. Elliott | July 2, 2012

Affordable Health Care or Not: You Decide!

Now that America’s first health care system has been upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States as constitutional, it’s time for everyone to make up his or her own mind about The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). The Court’s approval should have been the end of the political warfare our country has been engaged in for the past two years, but I fear the real combat is just over the horizon. So, I’m going to ask just one question, Fellow Americans:

Are you going to make decisions for yourself or allow someone else to make them for you?

Whether you know it by it’s official name or as “Health Care Reform” or as “Obamacare” or as “Romneycare”, you should get the facts about this important program and decide for yourself. Otherwise, someone else is going to decide for you that you don’t want or need it.

And since “knowledge is power”, you can start by clicking here to read the full law. Of course, this might be a bit too much for you to dive into, so here are a few links where you get some reliable and easy-to-read facts:

Click here to visit The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (click here for their FAQ’s)

Click here to check out the AARP Health Law Guide

Find out for yourself what’s really included in the Act and how you and your family will benefit. Don’t just listen to someone else spew out their own opinions, whether they’re on the LEFT, the RIGHT, or in the MIDDLE! They probably haven’t even read the law, so why are you listening to them?

Don’t say “NO” until you know what you’re saying “NO” to.

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