Health care opinion
I have read Duff Hale’s comments, as I have others on this health care package. I ask, why worry about it right now?
If past history is any indication, first lawyers will have a field day challenging it, which should put it on hold for at least a couple of years.
Then it will eventually end up in the Supreme Court, where the judges will have a field day, reinacting, pardon me interpreting, somehow the word interpt over the years, for the Supreme Court, has gotten changed to inact.
Probably just a small typo. Anyhow once that is settled, there will be appeals, which may take a couple years.
If everyone will be required to have a health care plan or face a stiff fine, what of the millions of "homeless" who have say less than five dollars in their jeans.
They can’t afford a health care plan and for sure couldn’t pay the fine. We don’t have a debtors prison anymore.
If there is such a fuss over Arizona’s law on questioning citizens about legal status, what about questioning them if they have a health care plan? Is one more legal, more right than the other?
By the way, a person just trying to read all those pages in the health care package, is enough to make him or her sick and in need of health care.
Ralph E. Shartle