LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Without the young, Obamacare fails

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.


Warrenville, S.C.

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