We can’t deny that major changes are taking place in the country today. With the change in the political climate, we can expect that more changes are still coming our way in the months and years to come. It has been evident ever since the new president took oath and assumed the presidency.
The passage of new bills concerning health care is just as controversial as Trump’s immigration and trade policies. Obamacare has been in place for the last two terms. Various medical personnel all over the country are not thrilled with the current administration’s efforts at repealing it and eventually getting it replaced. Bloomberg.com got it covered:
Groups of doctors and nurses do not like the GOP plan of replacing the existing health care law and they made sure their voices are heard amidst all the chatter in today’s political circus.
Their reaction right now is a far cry from when the Obamacare was introduced to them back in 2009.
Members of the Democratic Party share the same sentiment as these disappointed healthcare professionals and can’t help but worry about how it will affect the masses over time. However, they can't control as to what actually gets approved or not considering that it is the first time the Republicans once again have total control of the White House and both chambers of the Congress.
People are upset because their lives will be affected by these drastic changes in the health care system. If these politicians really care about the public – especially the vulnerable groups who rely on the system to take care of them when they get sick – they will consider their welfare and not just repeal the current system because it was drafted by the opposition.
They should be open to debate – both with the Democratic party and even have a dialogue with the public and the health care sector – to find out what needs to be changed and what already works and not just make life-changing decisions without understanding the real issue.
Medical Professionals Are Not Happy With GOP Health Proposal is courtesy of Iamnotanartist.org Blog