Skip to comments.The High Costs of Obamacare
Posted on 03/16/2014 11:38:15 AM PDT by Innovative
Obamacare will reduce the earnings of its 300,000 members by up to $5 an hour by requiring them to buy health insurance, according to a report by Unite Here, a union which represents chiefly lower-wage workers in service industries. The union said it threatens the middle class with higher premiums, loss of hours and a shift to part-time work and less comprehensive coverage.
Americans who says theyve been hurt by Obamacare outnumber those who say theyve benefited from it by more than 2 to 1, according to recent polls by both Rasmussen and Gallup.
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Yes, but....If you like your mortician, you can keep your mortician ..period!
It’s too late for the unions to start whining now.The supported that Kenyan usurper,now they can “enjoy” the resulting damage like the rest of us.
What . . . Not happy because an illegal-alien, half-white, half-”black”, anti-Christian, anti-American had his puppet handlers create a totally un-understandable piece of garbage called ACA? Huh?
That about sums it up.
“Unite Here, which calls itself “the first international union to endorse Barack Obama for President in 2008,” says it supports the intent of the Affordable Care Act”
Suck it up, unite care. You endorsed obama and STILL support obamacare?
... The average stock price of the big for-profit health insurers doubled, their top executives were paid more than a half-billion dollars in cash and stock options.
Which is why the big insurance companies backed commie care.
They got theirs. Everyone else gets screwed.
They donate a lot of money to campaigns.
“..has always been about government control over people.”
Thing is, folks ain’t signing up, so there is no control.
Legally, a corporation is a person.
As a person, a corporation should get no more influence over the political process as an ordinary citizen. They should not be able to buy legislation. That goes for unions, also.
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