Are you surprised that Obamacare employer mandates are already costing a lot of people their jobs?

Or did you think it would take longer?

Asked By: - 11/11/2012
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Here are just a few examples of those who know they will have to lay off people... More
Answered By: bwlobo - 11/11/2012
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Lol, obamacare hasn't even gone into effect yet.
Answered By: Mila Kunis - 11/11/2012
Nope, had to happen.
Answered By: CAMERA CRITTER - 11/11/2012
surprise, surprise.
Answered By: Arthur - 11/11/2012
Fox news, news max, republican controlled propaganda machines, try again looser.
Answered By: dr.pepper106 - 11/11/2012
Grow up you immature child. That's a great biased article too
Answered By: Daniel - 11/11/2012
This is Yahoo Answers, not Yahoo Asine Rants.
Answered By: LDS delenda est - 11/11/2012
as you can see, some liberals here are trying to pretend like companies across the country aren't laying people off
Answered By: team - 11/11/2012
Next step when employers drop coverage is Single payer or medicare for al land thats what we need
Answered By: NOpublican's in 2012 - 11/11/2012
Did you not expect a lot of jobs to be lost? All Obamacare is a job destroyer that "uneducated" Americans unfortunately like. Americans like Obamacare because the people who Obama referred to as "uneducated" re-elected Obama.
Answered By: nick - 11/11/2012
NewsMax is the Fox "News" website for stories they know are too ridiculously untrue to put their name on. And the other responder is right, Obamacare isn't even in place yet. That story is moronic.
Answered By: Adam S - 11/11/2012
Watch as very quietly those companies hire people back later on... More
Answered By: justagrandma - 11/11/2012
according to "freedomworks", per your article. Do you know anything about freedomworks? they are a right wing propaganda source.
Answered By: truth seeker - 11/11/2012
People are about learn exactly the cost of Obamacare. My wifes health care cost at her work is rising 35% starting Jan 1st in thanks to Obamacare and for a whole lot less coverage to and our deductibles are rising too so why is it worth it? What happened to the 700 million Obama took from Social Security or Medicare... More
Answered By: Arthur W - 11/11/2012
It's not just jobs lost. Costs to employees are going up. I now have to pay $75/month toward my premium, and my co-pays doubled. I estimate it will cost me about $2000 more next year. My employer will be paying a 40% tax on it...think that starts in 2014.
Answered By: Studly - 11/11/2012
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