High out of pocket expenses the norm for Obamacare

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Isn’t it the truth?  The “Affordable Care Act” or Obamacare isn’t so affordable. For the last two years  I have noticed that the out of pocket and deductible expenses are very high while the premium has increased as well. Sure more people have access I guess (who can trust the politically motivated reporting out the […]

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Obamacare Job Loss due to 30 hour work week definition

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Chalk it up to bureaucrats hubris in doubting that companies would respond with the power that they still have to government shortcuts, fiat, and dictum. You could also chalk it up to Democrats or maybe Obama’s lack of understanding about how business works. One of the most prominent examples of this comes from Obamacare in […]

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Medical Device Excise Tax

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2 primary funding mechanisms are discussed under the PPACA or Obamacare to date. The medical device tax and gutting of Medicare on hopes of “efficiencies” over time. Future funding mechanisms like the “cadillac” tax for really good plans as a disincentive to provide better care for some as part of pay.   The medical device […]

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Architect of ObamaCare on Lack of Transparency

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Jonathan Gruber’s recently discovered videos describing purposeful intent to deceive the American public to get Affordable Care Act passed. Everyone Remembers ” If you like your health plan you can keep it, Period. “; “If you like your Doctor you can keep her”; or as Jonathan Gruber, architect of ObamaCare, describes was “written in a […]

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Using Reconciliation to Pass ObamaCare

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The Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 is where the usage of Reconciliation began. It was generally limited to adjusting non-permanent spending and revenue levels until the passage of ObamaCare. Criticism of it’s usage comes from  violation of the “Byrd rule” and its usage requiring only 51 votes instead of the normal filibuster proof 60 votes. […]

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ObamaCare Article 1 Section 7 U S Constitution

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One of the criticisms of the way Obamacare was passed is the charge that the House of Representatives was denied a vote on the ACA and therefore violates Article 1, Section 7 of the United States Constitution. The text reads as below: ” All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but […]

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