Remember when I told you about the health care waivers the Obama Administration was granting selected corporations? At the time, the number was 30. It’s now well past 100.
Michelle Malkin tells us:
Now comes word that Torquemada HHS Secretay Kathleen Sebelius has approved a whopping 111 waivers for businesses of all sizes, along with more unions and other providers of health insurance. The escapees include employers of many low-wage and part-time workers whose health insurance plans would otherwise be dropped, including Darden Restaurants — the parent company of the Olive Garden and Red Lobster and other chains, which employ some 34,000 people.
You can see the entire list here.
Does anyone out there with a shred of objectivity still seriously believe the health care law was a good idea? If so, why is it good only for some, but not for others? We simple-minded Tea Party folk would like to know.