It’s hard to believe that even after all the hype, people still have a hard time understanding how and why the government pays for health care.
There are lots of misconceptions about how the system works, and even some about what you can get for free.
But it’s still important to understand that the health care system is, at its core, a public health service that provides a safety net for the people who use it.
The health care plan that you and I voted for in 2017 provides this safety net, as does the national health care law that President Trump signed in 2019.
In many ways, health care is just like a social welfare program: the government takes care of the people.
And while the health plan that we voted for is a bit more complicated, it is still a good plan to help people get their lives back on track and to keep the system running.
It’s also worth remembering that people are not the only ones who get their health care from the government.
Many people receive care at home, by themselves, or through family members, or even through employers.
And because health care tends to be an expensive and difficult business, many people also receive it from the federal government.
While the Affordable Care Act is a lot more complex than most people realize, its key components are mostly the same.
This article has been updated to include information about the 2016 health care reform law.