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Published: Thursday, March 20 2014 12:55 p.m. MDT

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liberty or ...?
Ogden, UT

This article is a little deceptive because the small business owner from philadelphia who says the ACA benefits his business does not even meet the qualifications for the mandates. He is not required due to 50 employee benchmark to provide health insurance to his employees under the ACA. Which means if he was offering health insurance to his 12 employess before, of course he is going to save money because he can unload his medical costs free of charge onto the backs of the tax payers and other medium to larger size businesses.He's happy as a clam and he gets the profit. But the catch 22 he doesn't realize is that the minute he tries to expand his business over that 50 employee threshold he's going to get slammed mandates and penalties big time. Not to mention the real mandates and regs have been pushed down the road to past 2016 for corrupt democrat conveniance. What is it they always say the rich get richer and the poorer get more poor? for being the advocate of the middle class and working man they sure like to entrench class distinction don't they.

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