The Medical Strategist or health writer would like you to know about a posting from NoMandateTax.com which discusses the need to repeal the healthcare act and thus the taxes involved to support it. It reads as follows:
“The United States Supreme Court ignored the entire legislative history of the president’s health care law, dozens of public promises from the president himself and supporters in Congress who insisted the mandate was not a tax, a 20-page explanation in the law itself, and several longstanding precedents on the distinction between taxes and penalties.
They did that to rule that the mandate at the heart of the president’s health care law is actually a tax on the middle class after all. A tax on people who can’t afford the expensive health insurance the government wants them to buy, or have ideological or religious reasons they would prefer not to buy such health insurance.
According to the Wall Street Journal: “It is now undeniable that Mr. Obama has imposed the largest tax increase in history on the middle class. Individuals who don’t buy insurance will have to pay several hundred dollars, depending on income. The Congressional Budget Office says that 76% of those who pay the mandate tax will make less than 500% of the federal poverty level, estimated to be $24,000 for a family of four in 2016. That means 76% of the payers will earn less than $120,000 a year.”
That’s wrong. The president’s promise not to tax the middle class has been exposed as deception at the very heart of his health care law. Now Congress must repeal the law and pass real health care reform that empowers patients and doctors and doesn’t rely on a dishonest mandate tax.”
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