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"the economic equivalent of the Bay of Pigs invasion."
"Getting that massive enterprise up and running will be next to impossible. So Democrats streamlined the process by granting Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius the authority to make judgments that can’t be challenged either administratively or through the courts."
"A sprawling, complex bureaucracy has been set up that will have almost absolute power to dictate terms for participating in the health-care system. That’s what the law does to government. What it does to you is worse."
"If the idea of taxing people with coverage deemed too good doesn’t bother you, maybe the new 3.8 percent tax on investment income will. That will apply even to a small number of home sales, those that generate $250,000 in profit for an individual or $500,000 for a married couple."
"In vivid color and detail, Congressman Brady’s chart captures the huge expansion of government coming under Obamacare. Harder to show on paper is the pain it will cause."
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Originally posted by MY2Commoncentsworth
reply to post by mnemeth1
It's almost time for the repeal process to begin.
Step 1......The November elections.
The Republicans aren't going to repeal anything.
That article is hilarious.
Kevin Hassett, director of economic-policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, is a Bloomberg News columnist. He was an adviser to Republican Senator John McCain in the 2008 presidential election. The opinions expressed are his own
Originally posted by ThaLoccster
reply to post by mnemeth1
And I don't know, but something doesn't seem right with being left to die because you can't afford to live.
Originally posted by mnemeth1
If medical bills for people were as expensive as medical bills for pets, there would be no healthcare crisis. Government is entirely responsible for this.