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

tuttletacoma Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:02 AM
yet where is the call for dc polls to do some volunteer work they aren't putting in 40 hours in any given week and the dc culture includes nightly parties where free drinks, food and female/male companionship is said to be readily available comrade hussein is said that when he is in dc he puts in a five hour day so that gives him and his ugly hutt plenty of available hours to rub elbows with the less fortunate who can use some help Oh course we rarely hear of rich elitist's getting their hands dirty helping the great unwashed
MacQ - Texas Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:17 AM
Yeah...I brought up the idea of volunteering one's own time and resources during the election campaign...citing Romney's substantial lifelong efforts in that regard, and asked (on HuffPo) whether anyone had come forward to tout anything similar with the Obama's.

Several (idiots who should have kept quiet) cited all the things she does as first lady...as if that's a personal sacrifice of some kind.
But there was nary a whisper about anythng either of them had ever done for anyone else. (And we know how chintzy they were with donations before running for office).
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...