its acknowledged and accepted that, due to the new healthcare law, the IRS will need to “spend $881 million on the law from 2010 through 2013 and hire more than 2,700 (some claiming it will be more) new workers and upgrading its computer systems” in preparation for all the new “revenue.” but no one seems to be discussing the public aid offices, something Im familiar with and know are rooms with 30 chairs, a paper system, and social workers who never answer their phones or dont know how to use them and TELL you never to do the forms online because they just get lost. how will this system handle all the new “clients.” how will hospitals and clinics, many of which are still owed reimbursements for medicaid patients, handle all the added strain. and all of it is just expected to be “handled”, during a supposed recession.
just a few of the infinite repercussions of a lacking “Act” feeding on an already unconstitutional tax system.
Is Obamacare unconstitutional, or is it the biggest tax increase on the middle class in American history? It is one or the other, because the Supreme Court said the only way Obamacare is constitutional is if it is a tax. So if it’s not a tax, as Obama, Pelosi, et al, keep saying, then it is not constitutional. If it is a tax, then it is a tax everybody, including the middle class, and is the largest tax increase on the middle class in history.