On March 23, 2010, Congress passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. When this law was originally passed, many Americans, various businesses and over half the states in the nation challenged its constitutionality. Americans have had a nearly 50-50 split of opinion on the issue since it passed Congress over two years ago. HUNTER PARAMORE | Scroll Illustration

Voters should form educated opinions

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Though President Obama has expressed his wish to keep politics out of the Affordable Care Act, the division is clear between those who endorse Obama and those who side with Romney.

With such a large number of people who still remain “undecided” on the issue, it’s time to step and become educated.

Educate yourselves, America, and make a choice.

Each voter must dedicate the time to become informed on the issue of health care, along with other policies held by each presidential candidate.

Voters must form opinions on these topics that will influence their lives greatly in the immediate future, and could affect their taxes for years to come.

Simply having a knowledge that the Sreme Court has ruled Obamacare as constitutional will not stand come election day.

We cannot rely on a serficial and surface-level standing to influence the polls in such a way that will produce a stronger, more secure government.

'Voters should form educated opinions' have 2 comments

  1. July 12, 2012 @ 11:35 pm Zach Williams

    I agree with this idea. It’s really annoying to hear negative comments, or positive ones for that matter, about a law that are just regurgitated from somewhere else. When I read a story I find interesting I make sure to look into the background information so I can be sure if what was presented in the piece is accurate or not. Great article by the way.


  2. September 11, 2012 @ 3:46 pm Josh Arnett

    Well-said. The reason I decline to comment on political issues is because most of the time, I don’t know enough about the subject to form a worthwhile opinion. I feel like there are a lot of people who let an R or D after a name influence their opinion more than actual facts and values. We need to realize that despite party differences, there is a lot of middle ground to be found if we take the time to look for it. Unfortunately, most would rather focus on differences an outrage than form an informed opinion.


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