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......not be surprised. After all, FL Gov. Scott just did the unthinkable, and flip-flopped on a key provision of Obamacare. The tide is slowly turning towards true universal healthcare in the US, like it or not.
I would get in line now for my appointment in 2015.
Sarcasm:the ability to insult idiots without them realizing it
. . .thank the bush-appointed supreme court justice for getting the ball rolling.
"The bill approved in Congress to avert the so-called fiscal cliff would bring the first major tax increase on high earners in 20 years."
Wall Street Journal, Jan 2nd 2013
Two interesting answers I got from quite a few people, outside this forum, of course, mainly from people that need the health care benefit contribution from their employer.
1. I would quit this job and look for something else to do. (It's interesting how many people really dislike where they are working now but stay because of the contribution benefit of health care).
2. I would quit this job, and maybe try to start a business, doing the work I am doing now. ( The presumption here is that these employees would no longer have a need for the corporation where they work, if it wasn't for the corporations contribution to the health care benefit).
Is there an assumption that Obamacare is going to be free? Or that they will be able to get insurance themselves but at the amount only they were paying at their jobs?
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