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Via the very smart folks over at Powerline:
First, it increases uncertainty and decreases confidence at a time when recovery from the Great Recession requires more confidence and less uncertainty.
Second, as basic economics tells us, it discourages job creation by raising the cost of hiring.
Third, uncontrolled spending on health care is the U.S. system’s main problem, and Obamacare makes it worse.
Fourth, Obamacare worsens the federal budget deficit problem.
Fifth, Obamacare discriminates against the young and in favor of the old, by forcing young Americans to buy insurance at artificially high premiums to pay for the care of a sicker, older population.
It looks like we’ll know if the SCOTUS strikes down the individual mandate and/or the entire law within the next few days.