It Just Can’t Work! The Obamacare Stack


ObamaCare was designed to take over, not take care of people.
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Okay. The Obamacare Stack. First up, Forever 21. You ever heard of Forever 21? You know what it is? That’s what it is. Forever 21 is a store. Forever 21 holds a special place in the hearts of young women who are afraid of me, 24-year-olds, you know, that age-group, who are easily scared by a confident and enormously successful talk show host. That would be me. Forever 21 is a shopping destination of young American women, and they like working there. It’s a favorite place to work. Forever 21 sells clothes to women to make them feel young. That’s what Forever 21 is all about.

There are two different stories on this today. The bottom line is that Forever 21 has converted every employee to part time because of Obamacare. “The predictions and fears of Obamacare’s adversaries have begun to materialize.” By the way, I’m reading this from a Millenial’s website. Now, this is fascinating. It’s an interesting study. is the website, and it’s a Millennial’s website. I was asked to write a commentary for this website some months ago, and I did.

Anyway, “The predictions and fears of the Affordable Care Act’s adversaries have begun to materialize, specifically fears that the law will encourage employers to demote their employees to part-time positions in order to evade federal health care requirements. Popular clothing company Forever 21 is the first of what might be many companies to limit its non-management workers’ hours to 29.5 a week, just below the 30-hour minimum that the ACA deems full-time work.



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