Perry Glasser


In Business, Economics, Economy, Political Economy, Politics on February 8, 2014 at 11:38 am

Domestic Policy Tool

Dollar$ advises its friends that upcoming alleged news stories of how the Affordable Care Act is causing unemployment should be taken with the same seriousness as the shrieks of terror at a showing of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It’s not reality, folks: it’s theater.

Expect to see a lot of this baloney.

The Affordable Care Act, despite being the law of the land, tested and passed by the Supreme Court of the United State, endured two years of delay and hysteria. Lacking any shred of a political or social agenda that advanced us all, a determined, well-funded minority embraced denial as a political tactic.
Why allow reality to define politics?

National budgets and judicial appointments were held hostage before the ever-indignant Right awakened to the fact that the ordinary decency of most Americans would not tolerate casting their less fortunate neighbors over the side of the ship of state. No amount of divisive propaganda would have us turn on each other.

Having failed at persuading Americans to vote against their own best interests, the War against Obamacare has now adopted a new strategy.

The Blue Meanies are noting that—gasp!—THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT WILL CAUSE UNEMPLOYMENT!!!

Not by eliminating jobs, silly!  But because low wage earners may seize on their newfound and hard won security to tell exploitive employers Take this job and shove it!

The possible fallout from the ACA unleashes terror in the boardroom.

How can we maximize profit unless our employees are coerced into working????

Employers who rely on a low-paid labor force may have to:

• compete for workers with higher wages;

• offer jobs with clearly demarked promotion paths;

• justify executive wages that are 400 — 500 times those of line workers.

O where will it all end ?????


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