Steve Chapman on Obamacare and the Limits of Coerced "Solutions"

Obamacare ExchangeWhen it was enacted in 2010, Obamacare was
supposed to be the final culmination of 60 years of effort by
Democrats to realize the dream of universal health insurance. It
was a complicated scheme, designed in such a way as to bridge the
gap among Americans of different ideologies on how to address an
alleged evil. But dreams are rarely easy to bring into reality,
especially when one person’s dream is another’s nightmare. As Steve
Chapman points out, Republicans have advocated their own costly and
burdensome programs in the past, but Obamacare has generated no
national consensus. As a result, the battle over the scheme is
unlikely to end anytime soon.

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