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  1. Thrill

    This week, the corporation I work for rolled out their response to Obamacare. Since PT workers are eligible for benefits if they work an average of 30 hours per week, we’re no longer allowed to schedule them for more than 29 hours in a week, ever–whether or not they really need the hours and don’t want our health insurance. We can’t run the risk of incurring the cost.

    I can now officially and safely say from personal experience that this law sucks and hurts workers.

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  2. AlexInCT

    Obamacare was ALWAYS intended to cause as much irreversible harm to the existing and functioning healthcare system as possible, because the end goal for these collectivists has never changed: a single payer system run by government so government can make the life and death decisions for people and keep said people in line. If you keep that in mind, then every new discovery of how disastrous, expensive, unworkable, painful, and destructive this leviathan is, makes perfect sense and shouldn’t surprise you at all.

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  3. AlexInCT

    This week, the corporation I work for rolled out their response to Obamacare. Since PT workers are eligible for benefits if they work an average of 30 hours per week, we’re no longer allowed to schedule them for more than 29 hours in a week, ever–whether or not they really need the hours and don’t want our health insurance.

    This was a foreseen and expected consequence. What do you think these people are going to say about government promises them a solution if they but let them set up a single payer system at some point down the line when healthcare costs them an arm and a leg and sucks ass?

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