I don't know know where you get your information from, but perhaps you could find another source.
MA's health insurance was voted in by our legislature and governor, not some "people" vote like you claim. It is exactly
like how PPACA became law.
PPACA is not socialized medicine, it is health insurance regulation. You don't not receive health care from government workers. You do not buy health insurance from government workers. The only socialization here is your misunderstanding of the word socialization
But then, getting things straight doesn't serve some people. Like using the exceptions to invalidate a rule, turning logic upside-down to pseudo-prove a personal opinion. I've read all your contributions here, there is nothing of any factual substance in what you're offered.
The only thing I see is a blinded dissenting opinion, as if the people you're talking about are of lower standard than you hold yourself.
And you are from Colorado
, where your governor has deemed your goals to become the "healthiest state". As a continuing resident of , you have no basis on which to declare some government program you don't like to be "socialized".
In the end, you're demonizing a program intended to help
people, without a better alternative. The program may have failings, but they will be fixed; this is the history of large federal programs. Moreover, a repeal of PPACA means we go back to using federal tax dollars to pay the ER bills of the uninsured, which is
socialism all by itself.