Well, well, well. The Obamadoesntcare healthcare diktat passed muster with the Supreme Court. I'm a bit surprised by that.
I'm not surprised with the response. Responsible Americans are not liking this. Rightfully so. They see what is coming: increasingly higher taxes to pay for the healthcare of the irresponsible.
Don't think responsible, hard-working, normal Americans don't know this? Try this Market Talk response following the announcement of the Supreme Court decision:
11:34 EDT - The Supreme Court's health-care decision doesn't bode well for restaurants. Industry groups have said the insurance-coverage mandate will cost them a lot of money in labor expenses and reorganization of their operations. Heavily franchised chains may see a bigger impact as higher costs could make it more difficult for franchisees to build or buy more locations. In the S&P 500, recently hit Chipotle (CMG) is down another 3% while YUM falls 2% and Starbucks (SBUX) drops 1.5%.
Inevitable fallout from the Obamadoesntcare diktat includes higher prices to cover fewer employees. Oh, things will settle out, and our grand citizens from the land of left-believe will tell us that all the fuss was unnecessarily made up. But things will settle out a few notches below our current standard of living, as it always does. The liberal elite will get richer, and the rest of America will face harder work for fewer rewards.
So, my friends, want to see where your new healthcare tax dollars are heading? Try this bizarre behavior on for size:
Bug chasing. Another disturbing phenomenon among some MSM (men who have sex with men) involves HIV-negative MSM who actively seek HIV infection by engaging in high-risk sexual activities with infected male partners. A 2003 Rolling Stone article brought national attention to “bug-chasing,” which the article described as “an intricate underground world that has sprouted, driven almost completely by the Internet, in which men who want to be infected with HIV get together with those willing to infect them.” Carlos, a “bug chaser” who claimed to have had several hundred sexual partners and said he regularly had sex with three or four HIV-positive men a week, told Rolling Stone, “I know what the risks are…But I think it turns the other guy on to know that I’m negative and that they’re bringing me into the brotherhood. That gets me off, too.” (Freeman, Geoffery, “Bug Chasers: The men who long to be HIV+,” Rolling Stone magazine, February 6, 2003.) The Physical Health Risks of Homosexuality
Our Obamadoesntcare diktat tax dollars at work.
The TEA kettle is on; just a matter of time now.