Labor May Be Turning on Obamacare

by Ryan on May 26, 2013

in Election 2010,Election 2014,Health Care,Politics,Social Agitators,Stupid government

If there’s one thing I’ve learned since the Obama Nation took charge, it is to always watch what the other hand is doing.  Before the Benghazi-IRS-AP scandals, it seemed like Obama was constantly moving from one issue to another and back again:  gun control to amnesty to drones to Gitmo to gun control to amnesty and so on.

So if all that is the head fake, what’s the other hand obscuring?   Simple:  the absolutely horrible implementation of Obamacare, the President’s signature “achievement.”

Well, even some labor unions (and we know how slow they can be) have figured out that Obamacare is a “train wreck.”  The following quote is from the president of United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers:

“In the rush to achieve its passage, many of the act’s provisions were not fully conceived, resulting in unintended consequences that are inconsistent with the promise that those who were satisfied with their employer-sponsored coverage could keep it.  I am therefore calling for repeal or complete reform of the Affordable Care Act.”

Great!  But where was this sentiment in 2010 when the bill was being debated?  Pelosi logic strikes again!  Like every rube who supported what they thought the bill was, they believed the hype and didn’t bother to read the bill even after its passage.  Others in places like South Carolina, continue to fight it.

Obamacare is working exactly as it was intended to (which is why the administration needs all the subterfuge in the short-term):  tear apart the employer-provided private insurance system so that at the end of the day the government can step in to take over the whole thing.  Therefore, the inconvenience, disruption, and chaos we’re all feeling is necessary to sink our existing system.  Most clear-minded people saw this back in 2009.  Four years later, it’s nice to see that even some unions are starting to figure that out — better late than never I suppose.

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