Friday, June 29, 2012

Supreme Court Upholds Barack Obama's ObamaCare But Mitt Romney Vows To Repeal It If Elected President This Year

Barack Obama

The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the healthcare plan of President Barack Obama, unaffectionately known as Obamacare. The costly plan, has added a massive sum to the national deficit and is widely hated by Americans, according to various polls. Yesterday, Republican presidential challenger, Mitt Romney, has vowed, if he is elected to the White House in this year's election, one of his first priorities will be repealing the unpopular Obamacare health care plan.

Mitt Romney

As stated in previously articles, the Judiciary Report does believe America needs a good healthcare plan, but Obamacare is very expensive, economically unsound and in need of a significant amount of work to make it feasible and viable in society. So many health institutions and companies have received waivers to opt out of portions of Obamacare that it is barely in tact. The budgetary aspect of it is so costly that it must be addressed or it will break America, almost as much as former President George W. Bush's wars.