In a report by the Associated Press at ABC News in 5 Things to Know About China's New Aged Care Law - ABC News, it is written:
"A handful of countries, such as China, India, France and Ukraine, require adult children to financially support their parents. Similar laws are in place in 29 U.S. states, Puerto Rico and most of Canada, but they are rarely enforced because government aid helps support the old. In Singapore, adult children who do not give their parents an allowance can face six months in jail."We wonder how many of those who oppose Obamacare are THEMSELVES supporting their elderly parents rather than having their own close relatives rely on government handouts or other forms of "socialized" i.e. "socially pooled" assistance or aid, including private health insurance, especially in those U.S. States where they are required by law to do so.