Another outrageously bizarre and confusing books. The ACA structure originated from within the confines of the extremely neoconserviative Heritage Foundation, yet supposedly neocons are against this legislation which allows for the health insurance takeover of the American healthcare sector, as well as first-stage privatization of taxation (allowing private corporations to notify the IRS to exact penalties on citizens, and so forth). Speaking as an eternal democrat/progressive who years for national health care (or at least the public option, which both "democratic" senators, Cantwell and Murray, voted down) I find this book as misleading as I have found the reporting on ACA, or health insurance "reform."
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