Just gotta get this out there
The Affordable Care Act is such a lie for so many reasons, but this one has to take the cake.
Employers are cutting employee hours below 30 a week so they don’t have to provide health insurance. Because they have to provide health insurance to those who work more than 30.
But I work 40 a week and my employer offered insurance plan not only costs significant dollars from my paycheck, but isn’t up to the standards of the ACA.
My wife’s job has the same situation. Although the plan costs about the same as one through the exchange, the employer is providing it as an option that still comes out of your income.
What then was the point of all of this?
Why did everybody have to lose their doctors, insurance, and jobs just for a system that doesn’t even accomplish the most basic of objectives that it was suppose to accomplish?
It makes me want to vomit, but then I’d have to consider going to the doctor…
By MICHAEL SCHNEIDER
February 13, 2014
CHICAGO— The regional (or Fee for Departure) segment of the airline industry is comprised of over 25 airlines, operating over 50% of all departures in the USA, and flying into the world’s most complex airspace, and largest (and sometimes smallest)…
A Facebook friend who is a pilot reblogged this. Glad I didn’t pursue a pilot’s degree like I was considering Freshman year of high school. Sheds light on an interesting problem for these highly skilled workers.
Just… so great. I think it’s weird that h changed the rhythm and cadence, but hey, artists. What are you gonna do?
Clearly Breanna is getting to me. The amount of Frozen related posts on this Tumblr is starting to get ridiculous.
Though I’m more disturbed by the fact that Jaime Foxx as Electro actually looks a lot like Mr. Freeze…
The original scene before they replaced him with Evans.
Add to this, lawyers argue over a minor procedural error. "The law says no!" "I say it doesn’t matter!"