human-politics

 

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare (aka Affordable Care Act),

There are 11,588,500 words in the Affordable Care Act regulations which means each word is worth $30,202.36 of repeal costs.

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare,
The Affordable Care Act was 20,000 pages long which means each page is worth $17.5 million in repeal costs. Imagine what a group of designers and patients could do to improve the law with $17.5 million per page to work with???

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare,
Imagine the potential of 7 research facilities per state with a billion dollar budget each in repeal funds.

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare,
There are currently 117 million Chronic Disease patients in the country which works out to $2,991.45 per patient in repeal costs.

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare,
That is roughly 20% of the total Iraq war expense to date.

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare,
Every man, woman, and child in the U.S.A could get a check for $1,567.88. My check would cover the cost of over 19,500 pain pills for my Chronic Pain and multiple Arthritis disorders.

$350 Billion JUST to repeal Obamacare,
There are 50 million people like me with at least one form of Arthritis which means each of us could get a check for $7,000.00 of repeal money.

In the last 5 years, Republican’s have tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act over 50 times. The cost of these political stunts was $87 million. During these political repeal stunts, not once over. the last 5 years has an alternative been proposed. How much is to much considering all this money belongs to the taxpayer and not the Republican Party? Who is on the wrong side of history?

To the left, the Obamacare is far from perfect. The reform needs helps. It is time to step up and admit that it’s not the cure all be all of American laws. Patients deserve the best!

I’ve been called a leftist sheep who rides unicorns. Some have told me that I’m a communist that needs to move to Russia, others think I’m just a basic ass who should not be taken seriously. Truth be told, I’m all of this and none of it. What I am is a tired taxpayer who is a chronic patient. None of us know what $350 Billion which is the point of this post. The time for politics is over, lets get to work on making the ACA better.