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“The law for decades has been that anyone coming to an emergency room is entitled to appropriate care regardless of their ability to pay. Unless we are willing to go back to the times when people got turned away from hospitals and died of easily treatable conditions because they couldn't pay for treatment, we have already made the decision that society as a whole is responsible for everyone's health care. All we have to work out is how we are going to pay for it. The system prior to "Obamacare" was grotesquely inefficient in terms of how much it cost and how many people did not get appropriate care. I think Obamacare is clumsy and overly complicated, but it may be the best that was politically feasible. It can be improved, or perhaps replaced with something better, but only after a long enough trial to make it possible to identify what needs to be changed, and how.”

From a Democrat in Clifton, NJ
In reponse to: Do you support the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)?

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Yes