Buckle up, the nw tax starts January 1, 2018


#1

The “Health Insurance Tax” is mandated under the Affordable Care Act. It levies insurance companies with a 4 percent to 6 percent tax on every health plan sold in America, with the exception of coverage provided by firms that self-insure their employees.

Begins January1, 2018.

Where’s the democrats and their legislation to delay, end this new tax???


#2

Forced to buy something we don’t want or need is that the function of government ? :roll_eyes:


#3

Democrats and legislation to delay a new tax? Lou…you know better.


#4

Canada’s “free” Health Care is “paid for” ten times over by Canadians being over-taxed. ObamaCare corruption is nothing in comparison. You guys are getting hosed for sure but you aren’t as far along as we are…yet.


#5

In the lefts quest for free, they want to emulate the Canadian/UK single payer joke.


#6

Yep. That’s what you guys are in for. I was really hoping that Trump would help get rid of Obamacare. You guys don’t want what we have up here. Trust me. Trudeau is talking about raising the taxes even higher so everyone can have “better” care. No one knows “better” means but it sounds good and they eat it up.


#7

It’s interesting as we had great care in the US.

Now government tells you what must b covered. Hence the high cost of healthcare.

We also have a habit of demanding the best and more with no costs spared.

Add to that, the problem in the US with obesity and over wight and you have the prefect seasons why the cost of healthcare continues to rise.

Senior have medicare, (government single payer) 30% of medicare is spent on the last 6 months of life.


#8

Well that was the dripping promise we heard for 7 years, but when all you have is repeal and your replacement plan is WORSE, you get 70 failed attempts to do so.


#9

Prove it instead of spewing false nonsense.

For the record, here is a list, provided by House GOP sources, of the first 49 Republican-passed Obamacare measures:

  1. January 19, 2011 – House repealed Obamacare in its entirety. (H.R. 2)

  2. February 19, 2011 –House passed the FY2011 continuing appropriations bill including several substantial bipartisan amendments that would severely limit the implementation of Obamacare. (H.R. 1)

  3. The Rehberg Amendment #575: Prohibited funding for any employee, officer, contractor or grantee of any department or agency funded under Labor & HHS to implement the health care provisions of Obamacare.

  4. The King Amendment #267: Provided that no funds in this Act may be may be used to implement Obamacare.

  5. The King Amendment #268: Prohibited funding for the pay of officials who implement Obamacare.

  6. The Emerson Amendment #83: Prohibited funding by the IRS to implement or enforce provisions on Obamacare related to the reporting of health insurance coverage.

  7. The Price Amendment #409: Prohibited funding for implementing the Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) provision.

  8. The Burgess Amendment #200: Prohibited funding at the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO).

  9. The Pitts Amendment #430: Prohibited funding for actions to specify or define, through regulations, guidelines, or otherwise, essential benefits as required in Obamacare.

  10. The Gardner Amendment #79: Prohibited funding for implementing Exchanges.

  11. The Hayworth Amendment #567: Prohibited funding for implementing IPAB.

  12. March 3, 2011 – House repealed (signed into law) 1099 reporting requirements that placed a financial burden on small businesses and independent contractors. (H.R. 4)

  13. April 13, 2011 – House repealed the PPHF that was riddled with wasteful, unaccountable spending. (H.R. 1217)

  14. April 14, 2011 – House repealed (signed into law) “Free Choice Voucher” program, reduced funding for the CO-OP by $2.2 billion, provided new tools to fight implementation and ensured no increase in IRS funding to hire additional agents to enforce the individual mandate as part of the FY2011 continuing appropriations bill. (H.R. 1473)

  15. April 14, 2011 – House directed the Senate to take a vote defunding all mandatory and discretionary spending in Obamacare. (H.Con.Res.35)

  16. April 15, 2011 – House passed FY2012 budget which repealed and defunded Obamacare. (H.Con.Res.34)

  17. May 3, 2011 – House eliminated ability for Secretary of Health and Human Services to have an unlimited tap on the U.S. Treasury related to government mandated health insurance exchanges. (H.R. 1213)

  18. May 4, 2011 – House repealed provision that required $200 million of mandatory “slush" fund spending solely for construction for School-Based Health Centers. (H.R. 1214)

  19. May 24, 2011 – House converted $230 million in mandatory spending for graduate medical education programs to discretionary spending, allowing teaching health centers to receive funding through the regular appropriations process with Congressional oversight. (H.R. 1216)

  20. August 1, 2011 – House passed (signed into law) the Budget Control Act of 2011 that allowed another mechanism to cut Obamacare mandatory and discretionary spending. (S. 365)

  21. October 13, 2011 – House passed the Protect Life Act that prevented funds in Obamacare (including tax credits) from being used to pay for abortion or abortion coverage and codified conscience protections. (H.R. 358)

  22. November, 16 2011 – House required (signed into law) certain benefits to be included in the calculation of modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) for determining eligibility for certain health care programs under Obamacare. (H.R. 674)

  23. December 13, 2011 – House passed the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act that extended the “doc fix” through Obamacare subsidy recapture and reductions to the PPHF, among other provisions. (H.R. 3630)

  24. December 16, 2011 – House rescinded (signed into law) $400 million from CO-OPs and $10 million in funds for IPAB (rationing board) in the FY2012 appropriations bill. The bill also reduced IRS funding by $305 million from FY2011 levels. (H.R. 2055)

  25. February 1, 2012 – House repealed the CLASS Act, a microcosm for the problems in Obamacare (budget gimmick, insolvent, done behind closed doors and rushed into law, massive new unsustainable entitlement), which was used to disguise the short-term costs of the broader bill. (H.R. 1173)

  26. February 17, 2012 – House passed (signed into law) the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act that cut $11.6 billion from Obamacare including $5 billion from the PPHF and recouped $2.5 billion in excess Medicaid funding via the “Louisiana Purchase”. (H.R. 3630)

  27. March 22, 2012 – House repealed IPAB, a panel of 15 unelected and unaccountable government bureaucrats tasked with reducing Medicare costs through arbitrary cuts to providers, limiting access to care for seniors. (H.R. 5)

  28. March 29, 2012 – House passed FY2013 budget which repealed and defunded Obamacare, ensuring that not a penny is spent on the government takeover of health care. (H.Con.Res.112)

  29. April 27, 2012 – House prevented interest rate increases for certain student loans, offset by repealing the Obamacare PPHF. (H.R. 4628)

  30. May 10, 2012 – House replaced harmful discretionary sequester cuts to our military and defense capabilities by defunding and repealing several Obamacare provisions including Medicaid Maintenance of Effort (MOE) requirements, among other provisions. (H.R. 5652)

  31. June 7, 2012 – House repealed the medical device tax, limitations on reimbursement of the over-the-counter medications from tax-advantaged accounts for health care and the Exchange subsidy overpayments. (H.R. 436)

  32. June 29, 2012 – House further reduced (signed into law) a Medicaid formula drafting error included in Obamacare’s “Louisiana Purchase” provision, clawing back $670 million as part of the Highway Conference bill. (H.R. 4348)

  33. July 11, 2012 – House repealed Obamacare in its entirety in the wake of the Supreme Court decision to uphold the vast majority of the law. (H.R.6079)

  34. December 20, 2012 – House replaced, for the second time, discretionary sequester cuts by defunding and repealing several Obamacare provisions including MOE requirements, among other provisions. (H.R. 6684)

  35. January 1, 2013 – House passed (signed into law) the fiscal cliff deal which repealed the CLASS Act and rescinded all unobligated CO-OP funds saving $2.3 billion, among other provisions. (H.R. 8)

  36. March 21, 2013 – House passed FY2014 budget which repealed and defunded Obamacare. (H.Con.Res.25)

  37. May 16, 2013 – House repealed Obamacare in its entirety as a stand-alone bill. (H.R. 45)

  38. July 17, 2013 – House delayed the implementation of the Obamacare employer mandate for one-year. (H.R. 2667)

  39. July 17, 2013 – House delayed the implementation of the Obamacare individual mandate for one-year. (H.R.2668)

  40. August 2, 2013 – House prevented the IRS from implementing or enforcing any portion of Obamacare. (H.R.2009)

  41. September 12, 2013 – House prevented fraudulent Obamacare subsidy claims by requiring accurate verification systems to be in place before subsidies are dispersed. (H.R. 2775)

  42. September 20, 2013 – House fully defunded Obamacare through prohibiting discretionary and mandatory spending and rescinding all unobligated balances as part of the short-term FY2014 continuing appropriations bill. (H.J.Res. 59)

  43. September 29, 2013 –House permanently repealed the onerous job killing 2.3% excise tax on medical devices as part of the short-term FY2014 continuing appropriations bill (Amendment #1 to H.J.Res 59)

  44. September 29, 2013 – House delayed all of Obamacare for one year as part of the short-term FY2014 continuing appropriations bill (Amendment #2 to H.J.Res 59)

  45. September 30, 2013 – House delayed the individual mandate for one year and required the President, Vice President, and Cabinet Secretaries to join Members of Congress and their staff in purchasing coverage through Exchanges without access to employer provided subsidy as part of the short-term FY2014 continuing appropriations bill (Amendment to H.J.Res 59)

  46. October 17, 2013 – House required (signed into law) accurate income verification systems be put in place before Obamacare exchange subsidies are dispersed as part of the short-term FY2014 continuing appropriations bill (H.R. 2775).

  47. November 15, 2013 – House allowed American’s to keep their 2013 plan without being penalized under the Obamacare individual mandate (H.R. 3350)

  48. January 10, 2014 –House required notification of individuals of breaches of personally identifiable information through Obamacare Exchanges (H.R. 3811)

  49. January 16, 2014 – House required transparency in the operation and status of Obamacare’s health exchanges through weekly reports on key metrics to decision makers in Congress and the states (H.R. 3362)

The five most recent measures, numbers 50 to 54, were passed in recent days and included a delay of Obamacare’s individual mandate and other provisions.

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#10

Some morons think there should be a replacement which is nonsense.


#11

It is how he duped the BOD’s, but no, the PPACA remains the law of the land.


#12

And in the end, the dems complain about the tax cut proposal and how it will hurt the middle class while do nothing to get rid of the ACA which is killing the country.

1 trillion wasted on healthcare this year and climbing. And no, single will make it far worse.

Just like you John Boy, hypocrites one and all.

p.s. The do nothing dems are supported by their do nothing friend RINO’s in the Seante.

They give the perfect reason why we need term limits to end the stench in Washington.


#13

People in the US just ignore the news that tells the negatives of single payer, the tax increases, the waiting likes and sometimes substandard care. All they can focus on is FREEEEE!