From a report at the link below:
Say what you want about Nancy Pelosi, she got one thing right about Obama’s Affordable Care Act: We had to pass the law to find out what’s it in it.
Now that some have actually bitten into this Tootsie Roll Pop, they are discovering that its crunchy outside was more palatable than the chewy center.
Even labor unions, still euphoric from their love affair with Obama, are starting to see some very disturbing writing on the wall.
Labor unions enthusiastically backed the Obama administration's health-care overhaul when it was up for debate. Now that the law is becoming known for what it really is, they are not nearly as enthusiastic.
Union leaders say many of the law's requirements will drive up the costs for their health-care plans and make unionized workers less competitive.
Labor Unions are not the only ones finding out how expensive this “affordable” care is turning out to be. Many have seen their insurance premiums rise faster than a thermometer in the Sahara.
As premiums go up, fewer businesses will wish to offer health care to their employees. But by law, big businesses with many employees have to offer health care.
To get around this, companies are hiring fewer full-time workers and more part-time workers.
This is not only bad for the workers and our economy, it very specifically shortens the life of insurance companies.
As fewer businesses buy health care, insurance companies are on a steady road to decline.
Once they go out of business, a single payer government system is all that will remain.
This is probably what Obama had in mind all along even though he promised this would never happen.
The time has come to face a sobering reality: President Obama was never interested in offering quality health care for all.
Instead, he was bothered that some had good health care while others had no health care. The result is that everyone will now have the same lousy health care.