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saywhat, I'm not saying that any of your points are "wrong". But you failed to answer the single question I asked you. Each and every one of the programs you referenced go away it our economy collapses because our GDP is exceeded by our obligations. I'm not even saying that any party has all the answers. I do believe that it will take all of us working together with a serious focus to solve our financial problems created by our congress over the years (Republicans, Democrats, et.al.). No matter how it is turned around it is going to be painful for a lot of us.
Just as you point out a lot of legislation introduced by Republicans I have no doubt that with very little effort anyone could find just as many equally unpopular legislation introduced by Democrats. It just doesn't prove a thing other than questionable legislation is not party specific.
All that being said, Obamacare does not solve the problems nor reduce cost of health care in the short or long run. The first step to a solution in my opinion is stop all non-essential spending. Next figure out how to truly stimulate our economy to create jobs by creating an environment where business can grow and intvestment in our businesses are encouraged. Get people working. Get our education system redirected to teach our young people the skills they need to succeed in the work force. But it is going to take a long time, good leadership, citizen support and dedication. And like all major challenges, it will take chipping away at the problem one chip at a time until it is solved.