The New Obamacare Business Model


Frequently someone will come up with a new idea that results in a groundswell of positive reaction from people all over the nation.  We’ve all seen it from time to time.  Hoola hoops are a perfect example.

Yes, it’s a fad, but it made the first guy who made a hoola hoop wealthy.  And others followed his business model, making things that people buy (the Pet Rock springs to mind) which are short lived, but are immensely popular until people realize there is no real value in owning one.

The Obama administration, however, has gone these pioneers in the business community one better.  They’ve led the way in fleecing the public while providing absolutely nothing, and while you might think that most people would be outraged, there are  few enterprising souls who have decided that if it works for Obama and Company, maybe they could adopt the same business model, no matter how small their actual business might be.

Witness the result of this thinking for this small vending machine company.  They have adapted the Obamacare model to work for them.  Ain’t America Grand?

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About Jim Yardley

Retired after 30 years as a financial controller for a variety of manufacturing firms, a two-tour Vietnam veteran, and independent voter.
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