Apr 1, 2015

ObamaCare's 10,535 Pages Condenced Into 4 Sentences

Common Sense Commentary: This CONundrum defines the ObamaCare CON job legislation which CONgress was not allowed to read before it was passed by a Democrat CONtrolled House and Senate.  These CONniving CON-artists have CONfounded CONvaluted and CONfused America's laws, liberty, currency, free speech, foreign policy and stock markets beyond CONception. RB


This summary of ObamaCare is by a Purdue engineer. 

As humorous as this sounds ..... every last word
of it is absolutely TRUE!
1. In order to insure the uninsured, we first
have to uninsure the insured.
2. Next, we require the newly uninsured to be re-insured.
3. To re-insure the newly uninsured, they are required to 

pay extra charges to be re-insured.
4. The extra charges are required so that the original insured, 

who became uninsured, and then became re-insured, can pay 
enough extra so that the original uninsured can be insured, 
which will be free of charge to them.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is called "redistribution of wealth" ...
or, by its more common name, SOCIALISM which destroyed 
the economy of every country which ever tried it.

"Socialism is no cure for poverty, laziness or ignorance 
but is the eventual  sure end result of it." Rayburn Blair 

The latest news, today, on ObamaCare is this CONtradiction
of what we were told by the Obama Administration

Obamacare penalty may come as shock at tax time

 - The Washington Times - Sunday, January 18, 2015

Those Americans who didn’t get health insurance last year could be in for a rude awakening when the IRS asks them to fork over their Obamacare penalty — and it could be a lot more than the $95 many of them may be expecting.
The Affordable Care Act requires those who didn’t have insurance last year and didn’t qualify for one of the exemptions to pay a tax penalty, which was widely cited as $95 the first year. But the $95 is actually a minimum, and middle- and upper-income families will actually end up paying 1 percent of their household income as their penalty. (So if your household income is $100,000, you will be fined $1000 or if $50,000, $500.) 

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