Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
Dude, please. My Dad ran insurance corporations for decades. He and my Mom have an extremely successful business that they run out of their home. I know more about insurance, because of the environment I was born into, than most people in America.
Furthermore, hit job boards like Monster and whatnot. There are a ****ton of jobs out there for qualified people. A ****TON. Employers aren't worried about Obamacare - they're worried about making money!
If there are companies in need of employees that aren't hiring due to their ignorance of Obamacare, they probably aren't going to last, anyway.
There are always a ****ton of jobs on the internet. That's a useless metric. And you are simply wrong about this. You are looking at it with a much too narrow view. Obamacare (and other policy changes) is causing uncertainty, uncertainty is a bad thing for the economy. This is not a tough concept. I think you will be VERY HARD PRESSED to fin a credible economist who won't back the idea that uncertainty is bad for the economy. Period.