Founding Fathers side with Roberts on mandatory health insurance

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More loopholes will be found to get around this new law. When employers were forced to provide full-time employees with benefits, all the employers did was re-define “full time” employees by including the words “seasonal” or “temporary”, thereby nullifying their requirment to furnish benefits.

They also replaced many full time jobs with part time employees who work less than 32 hours a week and are not entitled to benefits.

This kind of “creative” thinking will no doubt rear it’s ugly head with Obamacare as well, and the average working class American will be the one who suffers.



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