Many of those helped by the health care law — notably young people and minorities — are the least likely to cast votes that could preserve it, even though millions have gained health insurance and millions more will benefit from some of its popular provisions.
Yes, young people have been helped immeasurably by being forced to buy expensive insurance for things they neither want, need, or in many cases can never use (pregnancy benefits for men, for instance), just so the money they kick in can instead be spent on paying the insurance costs of the sick and elderly.
Such a deal. It almost makes the military draft look good.
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