Moving relentlessly forward to secure a safe and prosperous future for people of the United States of America, Barack Obama gets it. His signature domestic accomplishment, the Affordable Care Act, personifies his commitment to improve the lives of our people and to lead with innovation, strength and fairness for all.

In this case, as in most every other, the effort was roundly distorted long before it became law on March 23, 2010.

“Unfortunately, some opponents of reform successfully manipulated the dialogue with misinformation and even outright lies.....We were told that a government panel would arbitrarily end grandma's life. We were told falsehoods about socialism and government-controlled health care. We were asked to believe that if the ACA became law, our freedom would be sacrificed and our national values threatened....The opposition was organized and it was effective. But it did not ultimately succeed in derailing the greatest expansion of health care access since Medicare was passed and enacted in 1965. It is.....a major step forward in creating a just and compassionate health care system we can afford and be proud of. It is a foundation on which we can build, learning what works and what doesn't to lower cost, reduce waste, improve quality and most effectively broaden access.....As you might have seen recently, even some Republicans, like former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, have come out in favor of exchanges, saying they are a market-driven way to offer affordable health insurance to those who cannot afford it on their own.....Frist also urged reluctant states to get on board and begin building exchanges on their own because time is precious.....the Affordable Care Act is not a perfect law but it is a tremendous beginning for getting coverage for all.”

- Sister Carol Keehan, CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, speaking at the Cleveland City Club, August 17, 2012.

The Catholic Health Association is the largest group of non-profit health care providers in the nation,
with over 2,000 Catholic hospitals,nursing homes and other health care institutions throughout the country.

“I like 'Obamacare', I do care!” - Barack Obama in recent interviews, stump speeches.



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