New Ad Highlights How $87 Billion Obamacare Tax Hurts Small Business (Video)

It’s a big effing deal.
This week, Chris McMurray, owner of Crumb & Get It Cookie Company, a bakery in southwestern Virginia, took issue with the president’s recent “you didn’t build that” comment to small business owners in Roanoke, VA.
The Stop The HIT Coalition video highlights how the $87 billion HIT hurts bakeries’ ability to grow and build their business.

From the video: March 23, 2012 marks the two-year anniversary of the signing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), which includes the HIT hidden within the pages of the law. The tax will take effect in 2014, costing small businesses nationwide $87 billion by the end of this decade.

To demonstrate the bottom line impact that the HIT will have on small businesses across the country, this video walks through the costs – using a bakery as an example of one of America’s most celebrated small businesses.

Take action: Visit and urge your elected official to Stop The HIT.

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