this is getting entertaining. Does the dear leader really think that he can now tell employers how many hours he can relegate to his employees??
haah!!!!! about to pop some popcorn if anyone wants some.
It truly is, and I see this announcement by the IRS as the beginning of the unraveling.
The fact is that nobody likes this bill, especially now that "low information" voters are finding out what it means to them.
The Supreme Court invalidated the portion of the law that would have served to coerce the states into creating exchanges. Some thirty states have opted out, and the law did not provide funding for a federal exchange.
Oh, and we have the House.
I don't think a federal exchange is even going to happen, and then there will be no mechanism by which the poor will be subsidized to buy a policy.
The Democrats in the Senate then, are placed between a rock and hard place. I think as 2014 approaches we can get them to vote to rescind. It will be suicide if they don't, the way this thing is going.