Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, the economy has created over 1 million private sector jobs. The unemployment rate is 9.4%, lower than it was in March 2010—9.7%.
In the period during and right after the enactment of the law, the economy grew by 2.7%.
The health care bill was an un-Constitutional travesty brought about the multi-hundred million dollar bribes. It has and will reduce care and increase costs. Hundreds of exceptions have already been granted, presumably to the highest bidders.
But in addition to that, Chuck & Co. confuse correlation with causation. I just listed two bullets but the post has more. How deceptive or moronic due you have to be to conclude that 100% of the changes in the economy are due to a bill that hasn’t even been fully implemented?
I’m going to have to assume it was dishonesty.