reply to post by xuenchen
I find it endlessly hilarious that despite cold hard facts in front of your nose, people would rather believe a lie than read between the lines. Have
you really bought into the fear mongering so much that you believe the dribble of Fox news? Funny that FOX NEWS AND IT SUBSIDIARIES ARE THE ONLY NEWS
STATIONS REPORTING THIS TRASH.
Before you continue supporting ludicrous accusations you should probably actually read Appendix C of the CBO report, this small paragraph is what Fox
is reporting as proof that Obamacare kills jobs. LOL, no greedy corporations will kill full time jobs!! Come on people. The companies are reducing
hours down to part time to bypass giving their employees healthcare, I doubt the prezi is sitting around plotting our individual demise by reduction
in our work hours... so if you work at McDonalds just wait, once legislation is passed it will be illegal to reduce work force hours to essentially
break the law of the land. Meaning you cannot stop the wheels now that they are in motion, companies will initially get away with this but case law
will arise and it will not last for long.
PLEASE READ APPENDIX C Pg. 117 of the CBO report below:
"The Congressional Budget Office released its Budget and Economic Outlook, and, in Appendix C, one can find an expanded discussion of the labor
market effects of the Affordable Care Act.
Not surprisingly, the CBO finds that, all else equal, people are less likely to work and will work fewer hours under the ACA. They find, and I
“The estimated reduction stems almost entirely from a net decline in the amount of labor that workers choose to supply, rather than from a net drop
in business’ demand for labor” (page 117).
That's it, the evil Obamacare job killing paragraph Fox is touting as absolute proof ... that humans will freaking believe anything.
"These are purely voluntary labor supply decisions, not people being laid off from jobs they’d rather keep, or people looking for work and being
unable to find it. Working-age adults can now choose, without regard to their need to secure health insurance, whether they wish to supply labor and
how much labor they wish to supply to the labor market. This is unabashedly a good thing for them."