Opinion: The real healthcare 'war' on the young
A common theme among critics of Obamacare has been that it basically is a war on the young and especially on men. "Why aren't Millennials marching in the street over Obamacare?" asks Chris Conover, a policy analyst at Duke University, in Forbes. "Anyone with a conscience should be offended by the greatest generational theft ever witnessed in the history of the world. Young Americans – especially the Millennial generation born between 1977 and 1995 – are the biggest losers in this battle, but it will adversely affect their children and grandchildren to boot."
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