Wal-Mart ends insurance for new hires. Thanks Obamacare!

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Everyone with a brain knew it was coming. Now that Obama has been reelected and the Obamacare disaster is here to stay whether we like it or not, companies everywhere are being forced to offset Obamacare’s cost any way they can.

From Big Government:

And so the government takeover of our health care system begins:

Walmart, the nation’s largest private employer, plans to begin denying health insurance to newly hired employees who work fewer than 30 hours a week, according to a copy of the company’s policy obtained by The Huffington Post. …

Walmart declined to disclose how many of its roughly 1.4 million U.S. workers are vulnerable to losing medical insurance under its new policy. …

Labor and health care experts portrayed Walmart’s decision to exclude workers from its medical plans as an attempt to limit costs while taking advantage of the national health care reform known as Obamacare. Among the key features of Obamacare is an expansion of Medicaid, the taxpayer-financed health insurance program for poor people. Many of the Walmart workers who might be dropped from the company’s health care plans earn so little that they would qualify for the expanded Medicaid program, these experts said.

By making the fine for not providing health care cheaper than providing health care, this was always the plan: to encourage employers to send us to the government.

Remember how Obama’s big ObamaCare sell was, “You get to keep the health insurance you have”?

It was all a lie, a hustle, a con, a ruse…

But now it’s the law of the land … forever.

Read it on Big Government. The original piece was on Huffpo so I don’t recommend clicking.

Remember, this was all by design. All of it. This bill was fully intended to get everyone on a single-payer, government-controlled system. Because, you know, the government does everything so well. In any case, there it is. The libs wanted a disaster and they got it. One, great, big tyrannical disaster.