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Here's Those Layoffs We Voted For Last Night
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Quote:Mourning in America - Here's Those Layoffs We Voted For Last Night

By Rusty Weiss on November 07, 2012
Last night's victory for the President marks the first time since its inception that Obamacare is no longer a what-if; it is the future of health care in America.

It also means a near immediate impact on the economy. With 20 or so new or higher taxes set to be implemented, ranging from a $123 billion surtax on investment income, through the $20 billion medical device tax, all the way down to the $600 million executive compensation limit, Obamacare will be a nearly unbearable tax burden on the economy.

Who will pay? The middle-class workforce, of course.

So with another four years for President Obama to look forward to, and the obvious inevitability of Obamacare that this entails, let's examine the very real jobs that will be lost, and the very real lives that will be affected.

http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/grusbf5...-you-voted
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In a sick kinda way, I'm glad Americans, both those that pulled the O lever and the R 's that were no shows, will at least get the same butt reamer the rest of us do.
"In 4 more OMao years you won't like how America looks....I guarantee it."
“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.” -- Thomas Jefferson
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Quote:Mourning in America - Here's Those Layoffs We Voted For Last Night

By Rusty Weiss on November 07, 2012
Last night's victory for the President marks the first time since its inception that Obamacare is no longer a what-if; it is the future of health care in America.

It also means a near immediate impact on the economy. With 20 or so new or higher taxes set to be implemented, ranging from a $123 billion surtax on investment income, through the $20 billion medical device tax, all the way down to the $600 million executive compensation limit, Obamacare will be a nearly unbearable tax burden on the economy.

Who will pay? The middle-class workforce, of course.

So with another four years for President Obama to look forward to, and the obvious inevitability of Obamacare that this entails, let's examine the very real jobs that will be lost, and the very real lives that will be affected.

http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/grusbf5...-you-voted

Nah, you're crazy. According to some of the resident rocket scientists on this very board, Obama's reelection will have no effect on the hiring of new employees nor any effect on current staffing levels, hours, or wages.

Of course there are numerous examples of exactly these sorts of layoffs and hiring freezes, but some people still will not believe it's Obama's fault.
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