Latest update: May 9th, 2013
“This thing’s already happened,” President Obama assured the nation. If history is any indication, he’s wrong. These matters take a little time. ObamaCare hasn’t yet truly “happened,” and when it finally does, the results aren’t going to be pretty. Predicting the future of huge laws is next to impossible, except, in this case, to say that it will either fail or cost taxpayers a lot of money, or both.
And perhaps most dismally, to take another page from history, any attempt at repealing ObamaCare is going to be all but futile; once a piece of legislation is established in Washington, it stays, regardless of the will and the desire of the citizenry. Our children and grandchildren will almost certainly have to live with ObamaCare and all its deleterious provisions, whether they like it or not. Full stop.
Originally published at the American Thinker.
About the Author: Daniel Payne is a freelance writer living and working in Richmond, Virginia. He blogs at oakmoor.blogspot.com.
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