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Posted on 06/28/2012 3:17:42 PM PDT by whitedog57
Well, now that President Obamas healthcare legislation has been upheld by The Supreme Court (as a tax which President Obama said wasnt a tax!), we can safely say we ARE France and other Socialist nanny states which are completely and utterly bankrupt. Say, maybe the IMF will negotiate better rates for our debt like they are considering for Greece!
Of course, now that Obamacare has been upheld by the Supreme Court, our debt will add over an additional $1 trillion to our already staggering debt load.
And dont forget increased Obamacare taxes that will make Americans poorer and create staggering lines at the doctors office. Here is a list (Source: Americans for Tax Reform)
And dont forget that if we add 50 million new participants in the healthcare system with no new doctors, there should be a value on your frustration and waiting in line.
Well, add to this Sick Socialist Stew the expiration of the Bush tax cuts and we will see the BIGGEST INCREASE IN TAXES IN HISTORY AND DURING A RECESSION!!!!!!
The U.S. has the dishonor of having the highest corporate tax rate in the world! French Francois Hollande will be greatly pleased.
Any good news? Now that the Supremes have ruled in favor of Obamacare, Congress can now make all citizens buy the Chevy Volt if Congress imposes a Volt tax. Pay money in taxes and go to your local Chevy dealer and pick up your Volt! Say, isnt that a mandate??
And as Omar Suarez said in the movie Scarface, And chico, if anything happens to those buy-money Obamacare taxes, eee pobrecito
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A cardiologist told me he’d have to increase his number of patients by one third to stay in “business”. I got a feeling lots of doctors will be moving or closing up shop. Then those who remain will be even more over run.
Just one more nail in the coffin Obama is building for the United States.
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