Affordable Care Act
Everyone in America should have health care. Nobody wants to have to pay the full price of medical costs when they visit the doctor or have a hospital emergency. This is why the Affordable Care Act should be put into action because doing so would enforce people who do not have health care to get the health care they need. Some people do not believe they need health care because they do not plan on getting hurt or sick, and if they do, they do not need a doctor. As much as we would all like to believe that, we are human and cannot always stay healthy.
The Affordable Care Act is misunderstood by too many Americans across the United States. What they do not realize is that if you already have health care it basically does not even affect you, but if you do not you just need to get it. Some Americans say, you should not have to be forced to get health care if you cannot afford it, but if you get it you will be more protected and it will be worth it because you will not have to be treated in the ER. If government health insurance was not always talked about in a bad way people would see that it is actually a good thing for America.
Most Republicans and other unsure Americans try and say that government health insurance is terrible because some people cannot afford the policies which is why they do not get it. What they obviously do not know is that, “As one benefit of ObamaCare, if you make less than 400% of the federal poverty level ($93,700 as a family or $46,021 as an individual), you may be eligible to receive cost-assistance subsidies and tax credits toward insurance purchased on your State's Health Insurance Exchange (Online Marketplaces where Americans can purchase insurance starting on October 1st, 2013) (“Benefits of ObamaCare”). You cannot be dropped from coverage when you get sick or make an honest mistake on your application. Also, you cannot be denied coverage or treatment for being sick or charged more for being sick. The only...