Destitute Companies Get Health Insurance Pass From Feds | WhiteCoat’s Call Room

Why repeal the new health care law? Just get a waiver so you don’t have to comply.

via Destitute Companies Get Health Insurance Pass From Feds | WhiteCoat’s Call Room.

Terrific post.

It’s also a disgrace.  It’s disgraceful that big companies continue to get anything they want from our increasingly dysfunctional government.

I am not an Obamacare fan, and would like it repealed, with smaller, more focused Bipartisan fixes, but if the government is going to pass something then roll over this easily to special interests… it’s already worse than useless.


  1. James Madison About Our Recession and political situation.

    10/07/10 – Clayton Cramer’s Blog [edited excerpts]

    James Madison was a Founding Father of the US. In 1788 he published Federalist No.62 about the effect of bad law on the people, their freedom, and their investment in the future.

    There are TV shows about how Nostradamus supposedly predicted the future. James Madison and the Founders knew about people and politics, and truly has described the future.

    •  About the 2700 page health care bill:
    It won’t matter that the laws are made by men chosen by the people, if the laws be so voluminous or incoherent that they cannot be read or understood; if the laws be repealed or revised before they are promulgated, or undergo such incessant changes that no man can guess what they will be tomorrow.

    •  Why George Soros supports Democrats:
    Public instability gives an unreasonable advantage to the sagacious, the enterprising, and the moneyed few over the industrious mass of the people. Every new regulation concerning commerce, revenue, or property presents a new harvest to those who watch the change, and can trace its consequences. Such laws are made for the few, not for the many.

    •  Why employers won’t hire right now:
    What prudent merchant will risk his fortunes in new commerce when his plans may be rendered unlawful before they can be executed? What farmer or manufacturer will invest if he may be a victim to an inconstant government?

    AMG:  Government, political tricks, and the desire for power have not changed much in 222 years. Our founding fathers knew this. That is why there is a Constitution. The Constitution is being ignored, and we are living in a tyranny.