The Affordable Care Act was passed with the help of dubious promises of not interfering with private insurance plans and a misleading explanation of the non-compliance fines. Here is a breakdown of what it costs to opt out.
Health care costs have spiraled out of control for over a century. The common American can no longer afford to purchase even the most basic of care, out-of-pocket. Each and every legislative attempt to correct it has accomplished the opposite. An examination of the history of American health care helps to diagnose the real disease: Too much government.