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How's That Obamacare Waiver Workin' Out for Ya?

Jerome49 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:52 AM
The government gets to decide what gets included in "inflation". For example, the government does not include food prices, or energy costs (natural gas, fuel oil, gasoline and electricity) insurance premiums and property taxes to measure increases in the cost of living, but just try living without them. The government gets to decide the unemployment rate, but doesn't include those who have exhausted their unemployment compensation benefits, or those who have given up looking for work out of frustration. These folks may not be receiving any income, but they should be happy that the government no longer considers them "unemployed". The real unemployment rate is closer to 15% than to the published 8% the government would have us believe.
Exactly two years ago this week, the Obama administration announced it had issued more than 100 waivers en masse to a select group of companies, unions and other health insurance providers seeking relief from the onerous federal health care law. The Obamacare waiver winner's club now totals 2,000. Where are they now?

Answer: In the same miserable boat as every other unlucky business struggling with the crushing costs and burdens of the mandate.

Among the first and most prominent recipients of the Obamacare waivers for favors were large restaurant chains that provide low-wage, seasonal and part-time workers with low-cost health insurance plans called...