Five myths about ObamaCare refuted here
Walter Dellinger of The Washington Post has come up with this list of popular myths regarding the Affordable Care Act:
1. The “individual mandate” forces everyone to buy health insurance.
2. Only the individual mandate is at stake in the Supreme Court case.
3. If the court upholds the health-care law, it means Congress has the power to require Americans to purchase any product.
4. The law is socialist.
5. The law is an extraordinary intrusion into liberty.
Dellinger refutes each of these falsehoods HERE.
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