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Obamacare And The New Corporate Welfare

johnm h Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 7:06 AM
Par for the course because this is what it's all about and why it is so difficult to cut anything, anytime, anywhere. Interests immediately build up around our worst failures and milk it, then demand that the failure be extended lest we lose jobs, or reformed and then we get to build up still more interests. The only way to cut anything is to use a chain saw and a broad sword. The cries will always be about jobs and economic weakness deriving from austerity. Dumb expenditures don't stimulate and eliminating them doesn't hurt the economy. It's corruption all the way down supported by the cult of Keynesian economics.

How do companies make millions of dollars with a really bad idea?

They advise state governments on how to comply with federal Obamacare mandates, and then help the states build new websites.

The subject of Obamacare scarcely came up as a topic in the recent election, and it remains overwhelmingly unpopular. Yet it is already costing taxpayers lots of money, and has created a whole new stream of corporate welfare.

The President’s “if you like your Doctor, you can keep your Doctor” promise and his pledge to “bend the healthcare cost curve downward” are both fiction. What is non-fiction, however, is...