I can break the law as well as he can
POSTED: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 - 6:32pm
UPDATED: Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 2:21pm
Tyler, Texas (KETK) — How well is Obamacare going over?
So well hat this week, the President has extended the business waiver for another year.
The reason why?
Red state democratic senators are on the hot seat. The 2014 elections are on the way.
This is a way of giving them cover because he knows once most people start getting their employee covered under insurance they'll take it out on democrats at the ballot box.
And like a king, the President just waves it off and say we're not enforcing it right now.
According to the law, he cannot do that.
No president can enforce the laws they want.
Each law must be carried out to the latter.
But, no matter. And to me, it gets worse for employers to keep their employee roster to below 100, so they won't be affected by Obamacare. They must now promise the President they are not laying off people or keeping things below 100 people just to dodge Obamacare.
Did you hear what I just said?
One must stand before the king (IRS) and promise they are breaking no law.
I can assure you if I had a small business making lawn mowers and I knew we'd taken an Obamacare beating if I had 100 employees or more, you're darn right I'd cut back to 99 or never exceed 100.
I can break the law as well as he can. Because now the law means nothing.
And where is the press?
They're worried about Chris Christi, the name of the Washington Redskins, or a football player who's announced he's gay. All that while we lose more and more freedoms each day.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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