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Question by Smart Guy: Did Obama cause long-term unemployment crisis by passing law linking jobs to expensive healthcare coverage?
Did Obama cause a catastrophic longterm unemployment crisis by ignoring serious economic crisis and using his 60-Seat Democrat Senate Majority to pass partisan healthcare law that imposes federal penalties on any and all jobs that don’t include an expensive comprehensive healthcare policy with every detail dictated by Washington DC?

Companies were already having a tough time keeping employees, but after law was passed, the long term costs and liabilities of hiring or keeping employees has dramatically increased!

Did Obama blow it?

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Answer by Bill
The law doesn’t take effect until 2014.

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