Rush Comments on ObamaCare

Don’t Accept Obamacare’s Premise November 5, 2010 BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Yes, I know, it’s Open Line Friday, and that means phone calls. So we’re gonna start. To Orlando with Ron. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello.

CALLER: Hello, Rush. Dittos, Rush. Thank you for taking my call.

RUSH: You bet, sir.

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OBAMA ADMINISTRATION NOW CALLS IT A TAX

Changing Stance, Administration Now Defends Insurance Mandate as a Tax By ROBERT PEAR

WASHINGTON — When Congress required most Americans to obtain health insurance or pay a penalty, Democrats denied that they were creating a new tax. But in court, the Obama administration and its allies now defend the requirement as an exercise of the . . . → Read More: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION NOW CALLS IT A TAX

Recess Appointment for Health Care Rationing Czar

OBAMA’S RATIONING CZAR

Obama Using Recess Appointment To Sneak His Controversial CMS Nominee Past Senate

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2011 W-2 Tax Forms and Obamacare

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Title IX Revenue Provisions—Subtitle A: Revenue Offset “(Sec. 9002) Requires employers to include in . . . → Read More: 2011 W-2 Tax Forms and Obamacare

The Bad News About Obama Care Keeps Pilling Up

By KARL ROVE

In his brilliant exposition of why sweeping policy changes often have unintended consequences, the late sociologist Robert K. Merton wrote that leaders get things wrong when their “paramount concern with the foreseen immediate consequences excludes the consideration of further or other consequences” of their proposals. This leads policy makers to assert . . . → Read More: The Bad News About Obama Care Keeps Pilling Up