Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
Absolute Rights and their newest contributor Brockston W. Posner Smuck have released a recent article about the implications of Obamacare and the job market.
Posner Smuck’s perspective on the “fiscal responsibility” of the Democrats has him believing the effect is being felt almost immediately since Obama was chosen for a second term.
“Within a few days after Election Day, numerous companies across America, both large and small, have announced employee layoffs and hour reductions. The reason? The relative certainty that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will remain on the books,” wrote Posner Smuck.
“Companies will no longer be able to afford to keep as many full time employees on their rolls,” said Posner Smuck, and this is thanks to the new Act.
Posner Smuck follows this realization with a list of employers who have already announced cuts and layoffs, including big names like Papa John’s Pizza and Boston Scientific.
“The only viable solutions to this coming crisis are either a full-scale repeal of the Act or a series of amendments that cushion the blow to America’s job creators,” Posner Smuck wrote in the article.
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Brockston W. Posner Smuck is an attorney in Maryland and an avid supporter of individual liberties. He earned his Juris Doctorate in 2006 and fights for people’s constitutional rights in the City of Baltimore on a daily basis.
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