195 million, the majority, the Middle Class, will have to pay from $5,000 to $12,000 a
year for a government run program or pay $2,080 ―penalty‖ with NO healthcare.―Government‖
will force business to pay for health insurance. If a business is forced to pay say an additional
$15,000 for the ―Affordable‖ Care Act Tax, the business cannot simple absorb a loss as a debt
, the tax will be dumped onto the consumer so the company can stay in
business. The ―fight for the middle Class‖ is façade of decepti
on by a government back end taxagainst the middle class
But Obama’s Middle Class tax increase does not stop there.
Addition taxes impacting the Middle Class enacted by Obama.
Tax Hike from ―Surtax‖ on Investment Income ($123 billion/Jan. 2013).
Tax Hike from ―Excise Tax‖ on Comprehensive Health Insurance Plans ($32 bil/Jan 2018).
-Tax Hike in Medicare Payroll Tax ($86.8 bil/Jan 2013).-Tax Hike from Medicine Cabinet Tax ($5 bil/Jan 2011),- Tax Hike from HSA Withdrawal ($1.4 bil/Jan 2011).- Tax Hike from Flexible Spending Account Cap
aka ―Special Needs Kids ―Tax‖($13 bil/Jan
2013).- And many more not listed here and many that will be added to fund the increasing cost of healthcare
Middle Class will not only have to fund Obama’s n
ew Single Payer:
Current US Middle Class taxation, without government healthcare, covers all government andstate services including military, all Federal agencies (growing to more than 1,300 departments),Medicate, Medicare, Social Security, Education, Loans, Transportation, international assistance,etc... and currently the US is over 15 trillion in debt. The Middle Class is now paying well over
50% of their income to the current Federal, State and local governments…. and this percentage is
growing even without the additional healthcare tax. Keep in mind, commodities andinfrastructure we buy, like gasoline, power, water, food, internet, are taxed by the government tothe provider who then passes the increases to the consumer to pay for this Single Payers system.Single Payer will cost, in addition to current Federal taxes, over 3 trillion judging by passexamples and the history of government run services like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid,Freddie Mac, the outcome does not look promising and debt seems to be the only actuary tomanagement then examples of great wealth through Free Markets.