The Barack Obama's agenda to cover almost every American under the health insurance coverage witnessed a huge opposition. Last week, Missouri voters showed their revolt against the Federal Government that seeks all Americans to come under health insurance coverage.
However, the vote is cited to assist in aggravating the opponents of President Barack Obama's plan with mid-term elections nearby.
"It will help rally people who oppose the Obama administration to go to the polls in the fall elections", quoted Robert Blendon, a Harvard Public Health School Professor who tracks opinions on health care. "It shows the debate is still alive, and that's what the sponsors wanted to do".
In Missouri, 71% of voters stood in favor of state’s attempt to prevent the government from ordering people to buy a health insurance. In addition, the ruling to take strict action against those who do not enter a health policy, announced under the federal health care law that Obama underwent in March, to land into effect by 2014, has also been castigated.
Besides, the annual report compiled by the Medicare trustees that was unleashed Thursday, found the national health care system seems to be improved and more beneficial, specifically for the elderly due to Obama's health care overhaul.