Missing the Big Picture

Advocates worry that continued resistance by some states could hinder efforts to coax many of the nation’s 50 million uninsured to sign up for coverage.

“There is a very palpable concern .?.?. that anti-Obamacare state government people will find ways to gum up the works,” said Leonardo Cuello, director of health reform for the National Health Law Program. Political foes of the health-care law are “constantly putting up barriers to progress being made,” he added.

Why, it’s almost like the system was designed to have a local and a national part, where the national part wouldn’t have the ability to force an unpopular and unwanted law down the throats of the locals.

I’ll tell you what, if anyone ever did figure out how to make some sort of federal type government where the overall part had limited powers and only did things that had to be done at the national level, and left stuff like healthcare regulation to the local level, I bet that country would take off like a rocket and become a superpower.

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