House votes to block IRS enforcement of Obamacare

Rick Moran
American Thinker

It’s a symbolic gesture, of course. The Senate will ignore it. But it’s interesting because the GOP is sticking it to the IRS for both their involvement in Obamacare and the targeting scandal. Many lawmakers connected the two in floor speeches, saying that the IRS can’t be trusted to enforce the Affordable Care Act because of their political bias…

…The House voted Friday to prevent the IRS from enforcing any aspect of ObamaCare, a bill meant to exact revenge against an agency that Republicans say is incapable of neutral enforcement of the law.

Members approved the Keep the IRS Off Your Health Care Act in a 232-185 vote. Four Democrats supported the bill along with every Republican…

…It’s hard to see what other government agency could enforce the individual mandate, which means as long as Obamacare is alive, the IRS will have jurisdiction.


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