More Unions Demand Waivers From Obama-Care


Labor unions are breaking with President Obama on ObamaCare.
Months after the president’s reelection, a variety of unions are publicly balking at how the administration plans to implement the landmark law. They warn that unless there are changes, the results could be catastrophic.

The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) — a 1.3 million-member labor group that twice endorsed Obama for president — is very worried about how the reform law will affect its members’ healthcare plans.

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With the deadline approaching when everyone must have insurance and the prospect that insurance costs will sky rocket, unions are worried. They backed Obama and now as liberal tend to do want not to suffer the actions they caused.


0bamacare is good for thee but not me.


[quote=“Conservative_Libertarian, post:2, topic:39559”]
0bamacare is good for thee but not me.
[/quote]Ditto. I noticed that in Illinois the governor has reached a deal with the union and the union has said they will pay higher premiums for insurance.


Yet another example showing how radical Obama’s policies are. His own supporters do not even like his policies.


Republicans - or any opposition to the Unaffordable healthcare debacle - would make pretty good headway of getting their message across by borrowing the Capitol One ad of, "What’s in YOUR wallet."
As in, “What’s NOT in YOUR wallet?”