Supporters of Obama Care clash with opponents
Opponents of Obama’s signature Health Care Reform speak out against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act while the supporters, in turn, defended them. The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington D.C. is swarming with both groups during a three long day debate starting on Monday March 26.
On the third day of the debate, the chants of the pro-Obama Care protesters can be heard at the U.S. Supreme court battling against their opponent’s cries for the policy to be reprimanded. The many home-crafted signs supporting or protesting accompanied those who were ready to stand and fight to make sure their opinion is heard among the others. This whole ordeal is to question whether or not some of the Obama Care policies are constitutional and should be allowed to stay.
Those who protest chant “Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho, Obama Care has got to go” while those who are willing to protect it respond with “Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey, Obama Care is here to stay.” While a lot of the debating is done outside by protesters, lawyers inside also plead their case, so what they believe in can possibly become a reality.