Letter: Obamacare sign ups should have been a more orderly process
Obamacare sign ups should have been a more orderly process
I believe there is a solution to every problem, which brings me to the health care debacle created by the Obama administration. No thought was given to the millions of people that would try to go on the internet to apply for the program, which has complicated the issue even further.
If the Republicans and Democrats were smart, they would borrow Hillary Clinton’s restart button and make up a new game plan. First of all, those in charge should start by using the alphabet. There are 26 letters to the alphabet so, those people whose last names that start with the first several letters of the alphabet would be the only ones allowed to apply for the next three or so months. Then those with the next several letters would be allowed to apply over the following three months until the process is completed. Spreading out the application time would be more orderly than everyone trying all at the same time.
Further, another thing I would do is remove from the law the threat’s of fines and punishment if you don’t comply. Our Constitution doesn’t allow governments to make up laws to force people to do anything against their will so; it’s an unlawful law. In essence the Supreme Court Justices violated the rights of the people by ignoring their mandate to interpret the law. This would also remove the need to have the IRS involved in enforcing anything.
Gregory J. Topliff