Economist: Most of Obamacare costs will fall on the middle class

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Forget about the $250,000 figure.
Obamacare is “a big punch in the stomach to middle class families.” That’s what the Wall Street Journal’s senior economics writer Stephen Moore told FOX and Friends this morning.
Nearly 75% of Obamacare costs will fall on the backs of Americans who make less than $120,000 a year. 

After the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that Obamacare is constitutional and that the controversial Individual Mandate is just a tax, Obama the POS gloated by twittering “Still a BFD.”
BFD is slang for “Big Fucking Deal.”
This is how low America has sunken: a President of the United States tweeted the F-word.
The POS is wrong. Obamacare is not a BFD.

Obamacare is a BFT (Big Fucking Tax).

H/t Jim Hoft of Human Events
The latest, according to two sources with specific knowledge of the Supreme Court’s deliberations, is that Chief Justice John Roberts initially had sided with the four conservative justices to strike down the heart of Obamacare, but later changed his position and formed an alliance with liberals to uphold the bulk of the law.
Thanks a lot, John Roberts. I hope you’ll have the insomnia that now plagues the 51% of Americans who still pay the federal income tax and will be bearing the brunt of “just a tax” Obamacare.
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Economist: Most of Obamacare costs will fall on the middle class

  1. Our President tweeting BFD? Classy…

     
  2. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this informative post. The financial analysis shows how our backs will be broken with even more taxes for the middle class of our country who are already burdened with the horrific economy! I pray that Obamatax (instead of Obamacare), which is how Fox news referred to it last Thursday, causes the king to lose the election by a landslide. At the same time, the 43 lawsuits filed by the Catholic Bishops and other Catholic institutions will fight against the HHS mandate which destroys religious freedom in our country. DON’T FORGET TO FIGHT ON THIS LEVEL TOO!

     
  3. Great break for the 1%… $2,000/year, what a deal!

     
  4. edward oleander

    The whole “Still a BFD” thing is a reference to a months-long campaign to keep healthcare reform at the front of the nations’ collective mind, even with the recovery not going as well as hoped… He doesn’t want this one getting sidelined like Global Warming did.
    I even have a T-shirt from the Obama people that reads: “Healthcare is STILL a BFD,” and it’s a big hit with the healthcare crowd of all political stripes. (Note: In my job, I am allowed to dress VERY casual, so i wear this one to work occasionally).
    I think his tweet was a way of rallying his base and reminding everyone that the reforms are both fragile and incomplete, and even if we win in the fall, the battle to save our healthcare system will still go on, possibly for decades…
    The “F” could stand for “Flippin'” or “Freakin'” and still work… Yeah, I know… me neither…

     

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