ObamaCare: We Must Have Different Definitions of “Pro-Jobs” | Speaker.gov

For our third installment in the Obama administration’s health care ad contest, we’re “pivoting” to jobs.

You see, long before he was giving big businesses and insurance companies special breaks from his health care law, President Obama was claiming provisions of it were “pro-jobs” and “pro-business.”

That was also before 71 percent of small businesses said the law “make[s] it harder for them to hire more employees.”

It was before 82 percent of manufacturers said rising health care costs – being driven even higher by ObamaCare – are a top concern.

It was even before “representatives of three of the nation’s largest unions” said the law will “destroy the foundation of the 40 hour work week that is the backbone of the American middle class.”

Okay, so the health care law isn’t exactly “pro-jobs” … but it is definitely a “big #@*% deal” for workers and employers -- full-time jobs are disappearing across the country as its maze of taxes and mandates force employers to cut hours, delay hiring, or let employees go altogether.

ObamaCare “isn’t working as promised – and the president knows it,” said Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA) in the Weekly Republican Address. “He’s already signed seven bills repealing or defunding parts of it. And he’s been busy handing out waivers and delays.” We need to repeal the law -- and “focus on step-by-step, patient-centered reforms” that will actually lower costs and protect jobs.

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