The short answer is obviously “No” as The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, has too many woes that have been detailed in many, many articles.
Testament to that is The Obama Administration changing or delaying The Affordable Care Act more than 30 times to ease its impact, especially in elections.
That has hardly worked as ObamaCare supporters have lost in every election this year. Polls make it look bleak for supporters of The Affordable Care Act in the mid-term elections in November. Many in Congress who voted for The Affordable Care Act now oppose it, which is truly remarkable.
What is also remarkable is how Obama did not tell the truth about Americans being able to keep their health insurance if they liked it.
The polls should reflect that in some way too in November. What the polls will not not reflect but should still have an impact is Wal-Mart opening up health care clinics in stores in Texas and South Carolina. Wal-Mart does many things very well: the Walton family did not get to be one of the richest in history by doing retail operations poorly!
Wal-Mart has retail stores around the world, too.
Since it does so many things well, it is likely Wal-Mart’s health care clinics will be run in a very competent manner. As many articles have detailed and millions of Americans have experienced, that is much more than can be said about ObamaCare. A recent investigation by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported on HealthCare.Gov, the Federal Government health insurance exchange, being “inadequate and prone to fraud” in the words of one headline.
Wal-Mart has done much to make life better for so many by offering better deals on goods and services around the world.
Let’s hope that Wal-Mart can make what The Affordable Care Act does in health care better for Americans. Based on polls, that is not majority opinion in the United States. The November election will be even more telling!