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The penalty goes away after two or three years, by design. Look, this is not insignificant. Those fines are cheap to attract people. They want the young not buying insurance. Health insurance companies can’t exist without customers. The objective is to eventually have, in 10 years, everybody required to go to the government because that’s gonna be the only place you can go to get insurance, and then they own everything. The purpose of the fines is to put private sector insurance out of business, eventually.

What’s to stop ’em from going off the grid? The income tax form. By off the grid you mean going cash economy? Well, that’s why this thing — I mean, Rob said it. The numbers don’t work out. The benefits so far outweigh what is gonna be contributed, for lack of a better word, it can’t fly. Now, there’s a Wall Street Journal story today that Bobby Jindal and Scott Walker, Louisiana governor, Wisconsin governor respectively, they’re out there talking about this, that Obamacare is simply unworkable. It cannot work. And the point they make — I’ll just read from the piece, a pull quote.

“The slightly larger problem is that the Obama administration doesn’t have a health-care plan. Yes, the White House has a law with thousands of pages, but the closer we get to Oct. 1, the day government-mandated health-insurance exchanges are supposed to open, the more we see that the administration doesn’t have a legitimate plan to successfully implement the law.”

There is no framework. There’s simply 2,200 pages of liberal utopia panacea crap page after page after page, but there is no systematic blueprint to tell people how to implement this and what to do. It doesn’t exist, because that was not the purpose of this.

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