If Obama-Care Is Struck Down,Does That Mean Small Business Will Start Hiring?Oh Noo !

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    And why hasn't this issue been brought up by the media? Obama-Care is one main reasons small/medium business wont hire. And god forbid another two million jobs get created after the Supreme Court tosses the bill in the trash.
    Obama wont tolerate unemployment close to 6%! If and when hundreds of thousands,maybe a few million find work thanks to the end of Obama-Care, most of them wont vote for Obama knowing they will likely lose their job if he's re-elected. :happy-1:
     
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    Minus the paranoid mania, it is an interesting point. If it does get struck down and there is not an immediate flood of hiring it would mean that the charge that it was stifling economic growth is false.
     
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    well, if it is struck down, the DOW should go up another 500 or so. it will be interesting to see what happens, and then Obama will accuse all white judges in America if being Racists!!!
     
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    That depends on what you mean by small. Small business'es under 50 employees are not regulated by Obamacare. IOW--they can ignore it.
     
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    right, althought I forgot what the minimum was on the mandate. Never the less, it looks like its going down, hope it's announced on a friday, then we will all anticipate the DOW come Monday.
     
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    Nobody can guarantee small business will start hiring but there'll be one less fear factor.
     
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    aside from the death of health-care, for the first time in my life, I paid $.4.03 for gas, and if it keeps getting any higher, that will kill further hiring. it just amazes us that 26% approve of $4.00 gas.
     
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    A) You are a clueless dittohead.
    B) They will hire when there is DEMAND.
     
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    Pelosi was right- wait for it...

    What Businesses Should Know About Health Reform
    • Small businesses with fewer than 50 employees are eligible for a tax credit to help offset the cost of purchasing health insurance. Read more about small business tax credits.

    • Starting in 2014, small businesses will be able to shop for and compare health insurance plans through a Minnesota Health Insurance Exchange. Read more about an Exchange.

    • Through the Early Retiree Program, large and small employers can receive financial assistance in providing health coverage for early retirees. Read more about the Early Retiree Program.

    • Employer plans that were in effect on March 23, 2010 are grandfathered plans under the Affordable Care Act and do not need to comply with all of the insurance reforms under the law. Read more from the Minnesota Department of Commerce about grandfathering of health coverage


    Businesses
     
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    He doesn't know what the hell he means.
     

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