The hypocrisy of Monday's headline about the Affordable Care Act is breathtaking. It clearly implies that the ACA (aka Obamacare) was somehow a failure, when in fact it is a stunning success.|
First, your lead, which seems to imply the bill somehow did not live up to its promise to get insurance coverage for the uninsured is misleading at best and deceptive at worst, because at this point no one knows for sure how many of those who signed up were previously uninsured.
Which brings me to my second point: Eight million have signed up IN SPITE of the Republicans erecting every roadblock imaginable and spending literally tens of millions of dollars on ads telling people not to sign-up. And this doesn't even count the millions more young people who have remained covered under their parent's policy or the millions who have qualified for expanded Medicaid in the states that are participating.
And this brings me to my third point: I find it rather curious that when your article talks about people who can't get coverage under Medicaid programs it FAILS to mention the fact that these are in states run by Republicans who have refused to participate in the program. I hope that some of your other readers, like me, recognize biased reporting when they see it.
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