Why do I Support the Affordable Care Act?

This week marks the 2nd anniversary of passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and women across the country are applauding President Obama for signing it into law. ACA represents the greatest single advance for women’s access to health care in a generation. Anti-women's health politicians want to take away these benefits by attacking the health care law and trying to repeal it. That is why we need to share our stories. If you would like to share your story of how the ACA has benefited you, like how you were able to stay on your parents' insurance while in the work force or looking for employment, use birth control and will benefit from the no co-pay provision, received early cancer detection, or any other reason.


EMAIL: liz.ratzloff@ppmchoice.org so we can help you share your story


6 thoughts on “Why do I Support the Affordable Care Act?”

  1. Sounds like you are very much like our politicians–you never read the bill and have no idea how much it is going to cost. Go ahead and thank that empty-suit of a president. We’ll just charge it on the Chinese credit card.


    1. That isn’t me in the photo, but continue to make assumptions, that seems to be prevalent with people who want to political shit fights.

      Telling me I haven’t read the bill is like saying you’re stupid for having an iPhone.

      Do you have an iPhone? I don’t have a clue, but it didn’t stop me from making a wild assumption and running my fucking mouth.

      Take your ignorant partisan thinking elsewhere, at least I’m open to both sides and not just “Right Thinking.”


      1. Oh, did I touch a nerve? I’ll make another assumption. People who use language like “shit fights” and “fucking mouth” while using fuzzy logic probably didn’t read the bill. I’m not looking for a fight, but I’ll argue points and I’ll win. Somewhere deep in your liberal mind you know that’s true otherwise you wouldn’t have replied like you did.


        1. This is a satirical blog aimed at comedy.

          Believing in one certain viewpoint dosn’t automatically make me a liberal.

          You’re fighting a battle in which you’re the only person who cares about the outcome.

          As far as my vernacular, it’s well known that people make personal attacks and bring up petty inconsequential details when they have nothing better to say.

          If you can only criticize what you percieve to vulgar language and “fuzzy” logic without proposing a single proposal you feel would be superior than perhaps we could actually have a discussion.

          But if you’re just going to make wild generalizations about my political views that have nothing to do with the topic at hand, you’ve already lost the battle you seem to be so desperate to win.

          And you didn’t touch a nerve, I could write paraphrases in my sleep explaining my points, but I doubt you’re genuinely interested in hearing anything that doesn’t directly coincide with your narrow mind.


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