That job-killing Obamacare is even worse than it’s intelligent and insightful critics like Ted Cruz ever thought possible, according to a new Bloomberg news report.
According to Bloomberg, this anti-American, job-destroying, baby-Jesus hating tax increase that dares to give layabouts and welfare queens
free lobster healthcare so they don’t die like Jesus intended has employed as many as 6,200 in more than 90 new healthcare companies in the United States. This level of entrepreneurial activity, according to Bloomberg, is unprecedented for the industry.
And it gets even worse. Bloomberg went on to cite that, since the law took full effect in 2014, entrepreneurs have founded companies that target employers, health insurers, hospitals, doctors, and consumers that are trying to navigate the requirements and possibilities.
This is an unmitigated disaster. How are we supposed to convince people that government regulation and government interference are bad if every time we turn around it’s proving us wrong?
According to the bastion of liberal propaganda, MSNBC:
Repeal the law and you reverse the progress. Indeed, as we discussed in February, over the last 12 months, America’s health care sector has added 342,000 jobs – the best totals for the sector in nearly a decade.Ceci Connolly, managing director of PricewaterhouseCoopers’s Health Research Institute, told Bloomberg how “striking” it is to see so many entrepreneurs tell her the ACA “has sparked innovation and entrepreneurship.”Derek Newell, the CEO of a company called Jiff, said of the law, “To my mind, it has been an amazing catalyst for job creation and innovation in my segment of the economy.”To put it mildly, these are not the comments Republicans were hoping to hear on the ACA’s fifth anniversary.
Thankfully, our brave leadership in the Republican Party working to undermine all of this success and destroy all of these entrepreneurial jobs, just for you, the (rich, White) American Citizen. To capture the mentality of the leadership that’ll lead us to a brave new future of Corporate Neofeudalism and developing nation status, take the story of Missouri Sen. Scott Rupp (R).
A few years ago, a new office opened up to process ACA applications in St. Louis, creating 600 local jobs in the process. These jobs were right in the district of Senator Scott Rupp. Since Scott Rupp had declared Obamacare “the largest job-killing tax increase in American history,” something as immaterial as 600 measly jobs wasn’t going to convince him otherwise.
When asked about them, the Republican state lawmaker told the local media that “It doesn’t change my view.”
As it shouldn’t. If conservatives admitted they were wrong every time someone brought up reliable evidence, they’d never be right.