Skip to comments.How Congress Mysteriously Became a ‘Small Business’ to Qualify for Obamacare Subsidies
Posted on 05/12/2016 11:08:25 AM PDT by milton23
It seems that federal officials have worked overtime to undermine public trust. Benghazi, the IRS abuses, the fast and furious gun-running fiasco, the solar power boondoggles, and the seemingly endless implementation problems of the Affordable Care Actall these scandals have common themes: arrogant and abusive bureaucracy, double dealing, lame excuses, and legal hairsplitting.
The outrages listed above can be placed squarely at the doorstep of the White House. But one scandal is truly bipartisan: How key administration and congressional officials connived to create, under cover of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, special health insurance subsidies for members of Congress.
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All the congressjerks who allowed that to happen are corrupt. Congress is as corrupt as any turd world country.
I used to wonder why countries overseas, or below the equator, used to go and clear out their politicians. Put most of them in prison, etc.
Now I see that it’s a gathering for festering diseased rats, who congregate (no pun intended) while robbing the bank.
And they cover for one another.
Interesting bit of corruption. Congresscritters should not be allowed to forget this.
a ‘small business’ with $4.5 TRILLION annual spending
Uh no. Not a single Republican voted for this obamination.
if DC operated as it should with integrity, honesty and respect for the people’s business, it would no longer be attractive to the greedy criminal minded (lawyers) who turn politician. Anyone who becomes a DC politician for the sake of bettering the country for the people would be working to eliminate every last one of the excessive freebies and perks they now receive. It would do for the people to seek and seat those kinds of folks to manage this country.
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