Why repealing the “affordable care act” wouldn’t be a disaster

Why repealing the “affordable care act” wouldn’t be a disaster

Hello, Dr. Keith Smith with you here on behalf of the Free Market Medical Association (FMMA), thank you for joining me.

20 million people, apparently, are going to lose their insurance if the unaffordable coverage act is repealed. This, of course, is according to the government (the CBO)—what a joke. What do you think people are going to do if they don’t have a gun in the ribs to buy insurance? They’re not going to buy insurance.

I lost my insurance because of the unaffordable coverage act was passed. There are many people now who will not buy this insurance, or there are many who will not be forced to buy this insurance for others, because they will not have the government’s gun in their ribs to buy this insurance, product or service that apparently not very many people would buy unless they were forced to buy it.

I think that it’s a good thing to take people out of labor camps, where they work so hard, just to have their money taken from them, forcing them to buy these policies or to buy these policies for others.

This should be greeted as good news, not as a disaster. Those are just my views, on what I believe is a lie coming from Washington D.C. about how many will lose their insurance. Which, of course, doesn’t take into account all of those (like me) who lost their insurance when the unaffordable coverage act was passed.

Thank you for joining me, we’ll see you next time.