Why does 0bamacare create thousands of IRS jobs and ZERO doctor jobs?

How does growing the IRS help improve the quality of healthcare in any way?

Asked By: Campaigner in Chief - 12/28/2010
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Mainly because of socialist greed. There is no concern for the welfare of people, regardless of what commies may say. When there are more people on the public dole, it shows that people are dependent on the government. It's one way that the Obama adminstration keeps a brother down.
Answered By: B.S. Obama - 12/28/2010
Additional Answers (10)
Given we already spend more on health care (We being the government) per person then anyplace with national health care and see ZERO benefit from our government doing such, I think we can both agree something does need to change.
Answered By: Nate - 12/28/2010
because he is an idiot and needs to be impeached.
Answered By: Johnny - 12/28/2010
It takes a lot less brains and education to be a IRS agent than it does to become a doctor. Who would want to waste all that time, money, and work to be a doctor under Obamacare?
Answered By: Phoenix - 12/28/2010
Because it's ENTIRE purpose is to suck resources OUT of the economy and put more people under growing government CONTROL.
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 12/28/2010
I don't know. Did you spell it 0bamacare because you thought Y!A's might filter it out?
Answered By: Hero - 12/28/2010
The IRS commissioner says it is going to create zero jobs there.
Answered By: Obamavenger - 12/28/2010
Government does not create jobs, it only creates bigger government. and we all know Obama care has nothing to do with HEALTH care, it is and always was about controlling American money and lives!!!!
Answered By: Just Peachy - 12/28/2010
it doesn't, obamacare sucks!!!
Answered By: Billy Cunningham - 12/28/2010
It is the intention of the wealthy leftist elite to use the IRS to do their bidding. DTG
Answered By: David_the_Great - 12/28/2010
He's too busy pushing DADT, and securing the endorsement of the Hawaiian valet union members, don't you watch Chris Matthews?
Answered By: xenonme - 12/28/2010
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