So with the recent vote in the House on the "Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act" has gotten the newswire and twitter all atwitter in our usual polarized mess. Many republicans are all fired up that they are going to single handedly save our economy with the passage of this bill. Democrats are all fired up saying that the republicans are placing senior citizens and middle-class Americans at risk with the repeal.
Being a close watcher of the health care reform, I've been trying to poke behind the headlines and polarization. Here is my question. Anyone reading feel free to answer. Just how exactly is the health care reform act killing jobs? I've heard that said, oh, I don't know, a million times. What I haven't seen is any credible information that supports that claim. Without it, I'm sorry to say that the "Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act" is nothing more than claptrap--empty language.