2 million jobs eliminated by ObamaCare. Administration Says That’s Good

Thanks to ObamaCare

Posted: February 6th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Obama Administration, ObamaCare | Tags: | 7 Comments »

7 Comments on “2 million jobs eliminated by ObamaCare. Administration Says That’s Good”

  1. SenseCommon said at 1:18 pm on February 6th, 2014:

    So let us all become artists, poets, etc. because we no longer have to worry about the drags of life…after all the government is going to take “good” care of use…

    I don’t even know what to say anymore. This is weird, it is like an Utopian-facade pushing us rely solely on the government.

  2. Bob English said at 7:12 pm on February 6th, 2014:

    That’s not exactly what the CBO said….The CBO made a point of saying they project that the act will reduce the supply of labor, not the availability of jobs. There’s a very big difference.

  3. Kool-aid said at 9:08 pm on February 6th, 2014:

    used to taste good when we were kids, but it’s kicking the crap out of America, our spirit, and what we were and are supposed to be, now! Anybody that still clings to the “hope” or belief that this debacle is good for us,in any way, must’ve had their Kool-aid mightily spiked! The way these liars and thugs running us now twist every one of their mistakes,to make it someone else’s fault, or make the dolts think that it is fine to be in pain, broke, unemployed and worse off is a good thing, gets more outrageous by the day! It’s a disgrace,and am not too sure there are enough people left with their heads screwed on right to ever demand better and fix this ever-worsening horror.

  4. Bob English said at 10:35 pm on February 6th, 2014:

    @Koolaid…don’t believe all of the negatives you hear about the ACA. While there is room for improvement, people like Hannity constantly have guests on who its later found out with just a little bit of research that they are repeating inaccurate information (intentionally or unintentionally) including the father who said his child was not covered in NY when the reality was he did not list the child on the application.

    The most recent example was in the Republican response to the State Of The Union Address when its now known that Rep. Cathy McMorris conveyed inaccurate information about “Bette in Spokane.” Maybe McMorris should go back on tv and tell everyone she conveyed bad information!! Good explanation is at the link below.


    People can love the ACA or hate it but I would urge everyone to rely on accurate information before making their decision.

  5. How blind do you have to be said at 10:56 am on February 7th, 2014:

    When REGULAR news sources report countless millions of real Americans who had care they were HAPPY with, now DON’T? And, countless more who are now part- time or two- job workers,and, countless more who can’t AFFORD the “Affordable Care Act?” Seriously, and the millions of kids they wanted to sign on to pay for the monster, who are staying with mommy and daddy til they are approaching middle age, and millions more who tried to sign up, couldn’t or couldn’t afford the “affordable” offerings? AND, those who are signing up for MEDICAID, that we also will pay for – insane! Stop it- you must stop giving these communist so much slack, they are killing us, inch by inch, and day by day! Forget what any talk show says, the real, increasing failure numbers don’t lie- this behemoth is only beginning to cripple our system and economy- which WAS the plan, of these creeps, all along!

  6. Barry said at 11:31 am on February 7th, 2014:

    Lots of double counting in the PPACA. Money to pre3serve Medicare is also counted to help subsidize health care premiums.

    The biggest one is they presume the younger workers will subsidize older workers by all paying the same premiums. But the vast majority of younger workers 18-until they attain age 26 stay on their parent’s plan even if married. So who is fooling who, there will never be enough younger workers to subsidize the older workers.

  7. @ B0b English said at 5:41 pm on February 9th, 2014:

    Ah, what few positives about the ACA are vastly out weighed by the negatives.

    Someday, I should post the nearly 100 links that show you the negatives point blank, most non Fox News btw since you always seem to attack them.

    But I guess folks like you will keep sticking your heads in the ground while it crashes down around us.

    But, getting back to the fact that jobs will certainly be lost, what is REALLY pissing people off is the idea that people can work less hours and get subsidized health care premiums while the vast amount of Americans who do and want to work full time hours subsidize those who can now study “artsy fartsy 101” and “be happy.”

    That is not an American ideal and it is grossly unfair.

    Stop being a sycophant Bob and get real. We are tired of your pap.


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