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Letter: Obamacare will be 'disaster' for average American

3:10 PM, Aug. 26, 2013  |  Comments

If Obamacare is so great, as Chris Janesky claims in an Aug. 15 letter, why are the various implementations of key mandates of the law regularly suspended by the Obama administration? These suspensions are, in and of themselves, violations of the Constitution, which requires the president to "take care that the laws be faithfully executed."

Obamacare is one such law. The reason for the suspensions, of course, is that Obamacare is a disaster for the average American. Its full implementation will make that fact clear, and such a revelation will adversely affect the Democrats in the 2014 federal elections.

Janesky sees the Obamacare provision that allows "young adults" to remain on their parents' health insurance policies until age 26 as something positive. Isn't that view typically Democratic? Encourage continuing dependency. Make it easy for today's extended adolescents to return home after college, many in possession of college or university degrees and no real education, to continue their dependence on mom and dad. Only liberal Democrats could imagine that promoting such a situation is a good thing.

Don Zimmer

Manitowoc

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