Paperwork nightmare: A struggle to fi...

Paperwork nightmare: A struggle to fix new law

There are 11 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jul 31, 2010, titled Paperwork nightmare: A struggle to fix new law. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Tucked into the new health care law is a requirement that could become a paperwork nightmare for nearly 40 million businesses.

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citylights

Maple Plain, MN

#1 Jul 31, 2010
What the he!!!! is this kind of bill doing in the healthcare bill in the first place. Could it be that our government doesn't have a clue on how to trim government and balance the budget and get rid of pork and quit fuc!!!ng around with our laws? Get rid of them. November can't come fast enough.
Obomba Sukks

Minneapolis, MN

#2 Jul 31, 2010
Thank the f'ing morons who voted this P o S into office.
Jackie

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jul 31, 2010
I think this is just the tip of the iceberg, wait until they really get a chance to dig into all these new laws that had to be voted in without anyone getting a chance to read anything that was in the bills, remember that, NO one had a chance to read any of these bills, Nancy and Harry told them to just vote yes and they would find out what was in the bill later..
No Dems in 2010.
Pico

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Jul 31, 2010
Dumbasses should read the bill before voting for it.

“david zink”

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#5 Jul 31, 2010
I just had a twenty thousand dollar operation, By the time the healthill takes effect Id have ruined my credior filed bankrupcy, because it was presugical to any future health forum it will not be covered, I aree, November cant ome fast enough, I believe they heve an answer but Obama wont release it until voting to push votes his way, and you know what, like my bill it will be to late for that. Hes such a major liar and yes jive. A typical (DO I NEED TO SPELL IT OUT)
transparency anyone

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Jul 31, 2010
THE GREAT RENEGER



Anyone regret their vote for Obama?
Zeek

Winona, MN

#7 Jul 31, 2010
The entire 2,000+ page debacle, which few legislators read or understood beyond the "feel-good" title, ought to be repealed.

There's no reform in the bill, there is only the establishment and proliferation of self-perpetuating bureaucracies.
Outer Space

Minneapolis, MN

#8 Jul 31, 2010
The Dems say they need the Republicans to get rid of this item, Why? They did'nt need the Republicans to pass this socialistic health care bill. The dems are just posturing. They do not want to repeal anythig. They are just saying that to help their re elections this fall. Once re elected they will say "go fly a kite" Dump every Democrat and liberal Republicans this fall. Lets get some true conservatives in and when we have control of congress, impeach Obama. He still has not shown his birth certificate!
NoSht

Minneapolis, MN

#9 Aug 2, 2010
Jackie wrote:
I think this is just the tip of the iceberg, wait until they really get a chance to dig into all these new laws that had to be voted in without anyone getting a chance to read anything that was in the bills, remember that, NO one had a chance to read any of these bills, Nancy and Harry told them to just vote yes and they would find out what was in the bill later..
No Dems in 2010.
When "Betty" was told to sign the bill, she did exactly as told. Never read it, questioned nothing, just did what was best for her political standing with Nancy and the elite. Vote for someone other than Mccullum in November, ANYONE.
smoke and mirrors

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Aug 2, 2010
Small-business owners worry Obama health plan will do little to offset rising premiums:

Under the healthcare bill, every state must set up an insurance exchange by 2014 so that small employers and individuals can pool together to purchase plans.

If the past is an indication, however, these exchanges may do little to stem rising premiums, experts say. New Jersey is one of a handful of states that already has a program that allows small employers to band together, said Joel Cantor, director of the Center for State Health Policy at Rutgers University. While the exchange has improved healthcare access for small employers, premiums for participants have risen in tandem with the national rate since the programís launch in the early 1990s.

"I donít see anything in the healthcare reform really steering us to affordability in the short term," he said.
http://www.nj.com/business/index.ssf/2010/08/...
LOL

Bradenton, FL

#11 Aug 2, 2010
Pico wrote:
Dumbasses should read the bill before voting for it.
there was no need to read the bill.....

obama, reid and pelosi said vote for it.......it's ok.....

BTW, if anyone thinks these MOFO's actually read the bills they vote on......you deserve the government you that rules you.

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