Ben Swann: Obamacare Is Not A Law: It’s A New Three Letter AgencySubmitted by emalvini on Mon, 10/07/2013 - 22:12
Ben Swann: Obamacare Is Not A Law: It’s A New Three Letter Agency
6 hours ago | Opinion, Politics, US | Posted by Michael Lotfi
October 7, 2013
After watching the Patient Care Act (PCA), better known as Obamacare, in action over the past couple years one thing is becoming clear. It’s not a law. Sure, Congress may have passed it as a law, and the president signed it as a law. However, when you review its implementation it doesn’t resemble a law at all.
We are a nation of laws, not of men. This meaning that the law applies equally to all. There are no exceptions for this group, or that group. Well, Obamacare does not work in such a manner. If Obamacare was a law then the idea of the IRS union seeking an exemption would have never come to bear fruit. The IRS union wasn’t alone in their request. If fact, three of the country’s largest labor unions wrote a joint letter to Harry Reid (D-NV) and Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) saying that the healthcare bill would be catastrophic and they wanted an exemption. To be fair, the administration rejected the unions’ request. However, the very idea that it was even on the table is strikingly parallel to how the IRS will deny or approve tax exempt status of organizations. How long until someone gets an exemption from the law? Turns out- not too long at all.