It took a while but even NBC Nightly News reported that Obamacare is forcing businesses, unions and schools to cut employee hours.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:

Obamacare will kill off at least two percent of the US full-time workforce.

If we didn’t have such a leftwing media this would make some headlines.
obamacare parttime jobs
Obamacare is accelerating the US towards a part-time nation.

Only 47% of Americans currently have full-time jobs.
Mike Flynn at Breitbart reported:

The release of the June Jobs’ Report Friday was something of a relief for the markets. The Labor Department reported that the economy gained 195,000 jobs in June, which beat economists’ expectations. The Department also reported that the economy gained 70,000 more jobs in April and May than it originally estimated. The report, however, also provides clear evidence that the the nation is splitting into two; only 47% of Americans have a full-time job and those who don’t are finding it increasingly out of reach.

Of the 144 million Americans employed last month, only 116 million were working full-time. Friday’s report showed that 58.7% of the civilian adult population of 245 million was working last month. Only 47% of Americans, however, had a full-time job.

Obamacare will move at least 2.3 million full-time working Americans into part-time work. It will result in millions of Americans losing their healthcare benefits and vacation hours. Obamacare will also force one million Americans to seek welfare.

That means  that at current predictions, likely to change, Obamacare will kill off at least two percent of the US full-time workforce.
(116 million divided by 2.3 million)

There has never been a more destructive piece of legislation passed by the US government.
Maybe the low information voters will wake up once they start losing their jobs.

 

 

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