Why Waxman really canceled his health care ‘show trial’

Jonathan Strong The Daily Caller 4/28/2010

Immediately after President Obama signed his health-care bill into law, several large companies disclosed to investors just how big the tax hit from it would be. AT&T, for instance, said that the law’s tax increases alone would cost the company $1 billion.

Key committee chairman Rep. Henry Waxman, California […]

NYT confirms what Americans already knew: Obamacare will cost companies billions

Inquiry Says Health Care Charges Were Proper

Robert Pear New York Times 4/26/2010

WASHINGTON — When major companies declared that a provision of the new health care law would hurt earnings, Democrats were skeptical. But after investigating, House Democrats have concluded that the companies were right to tell investors and the government about the expected […]

Obamacare’s Prescription for Disaster: $14 Billion Cost to Industry

David A. Patten Newsmax.com 31 March 2010

Major business groups want a provision of healthcare-reform repealed because it could cost American corporations up to $14 billion at a time when people desperately need jobs.

James A. Klein, president of the American Benefits Council, warns the same tax-law change that led AT&T to take a $1 […]

Quote of the day

“Confess! Confess! Confess!”

For some reason the announced witch trial hearings of Congressmen Henry Waxman and Bart Stupak made us recall, for a moment, this:

Monty Python – The Spanish Inquisition – Watch more Funny Videos at Vodpod. […]

Dems intimidate, threaten businesses because of projected Obamacare losses

Despot Dems Intimidate/threaten business because of their staggering Obamacare losses

Pamela Geller Atlas Shrugs 3/29/2010

The bloodsucking Dem despotic government is threatening retribution to businesses for filing reports required by law.

Maxed out mama explains:

As readers may or may not know, publicly traded companies are required to be audited and to file a number […]

Waxman, Stupak to convene hearing to question businesses cost-analysis of ObamaCare

Victor Godinez The Dallas Morning News 3/27/2010

AT & T Inc. said Friday it will take a $1 billion noncash charge to account for changes brought about by the national health care bill signed into law this week.

Previously, companies could get tax-free subsidies to help pay for prescription drug coverage for retired workers and, […]