17 million children now are able to purchase health care that is available to children in most other developed nations at no cost to them.6.6 million young people are able to purchase health coverage that would be theirs by birthright in most developed nations in the free world.5.3 millions seniors are still paying exorbitant prices due to the unfilled portion of the "donut hole" and the fact that Medicare still is not allowed to negotiate prices with drug companies.105 million Americans no longer face lifetimes limits, as has been the case for decades in most other developed nations.It isn't going to be repealed, but it isn't all that much to celebrate either, that we have to pay exorbitant prices for health care that most of the world provides at one third to one half the cost.
Everything you say is true. Obamacare was an improvement, but it is nowhere near what is really needed -- government-run single-payer health insurance (like Medicare) for all American citizens.
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