Oops! Sorry! Another Obamacare Goal Missed

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But Obamacares real goal of total takeover is right on target.
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If you look real hard today in the back of the front section of the New York Times, you’ll find a story on Obamacare, which is where a lot of the stories on Obamacare are now in the New York Times. Hard to find, because the news on Obamacare isn’t all that good. Here’s another one, and the headline of this story: “Small Firms’ Offer of Plan Choices Under Health Law Delayed.”

And here’s the crux of it. “Unable to meet tight deadlines in the new health care law, the Obama administration is delaying parts of a program intended to provide affordable health insurance to small businesses and their employees — a major selling point for the health care legislation.” They’re unable to meet the deadline of implementation. The law requires it to be implemented next year starting in January, and they’re not gonna make it. It’s just now April of 2013, and they’re not gonna make January of ’14.

Unable to meet tight deadlines in the new health care law, which they wrote, the regime “is delaying parts of a program intended to provide affordable health insurance to small businesses and their employees. … The law calls for a new insurance marketplace specifically for small businesses, starting next year. But in most states, employers will not be able to get what Congress intended: the option to provide workers with a choice of health plans. They will instead be limited to a single plan.”

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