The affordable care act is an ill conceived piece of legislation that does no have the support of the general American public and does not make a lot of sense. People do not support the affordable care act and it does hurt business and the individual in general, and should be rescinded.
Many small businesses can't afford health care for their employees. Any delays in rolling out this mandate can only help the American economy by giving small business owners a break. It's already hard enough to turn a profit with so few employees. Providing health insurance is expensive and takes a large portion of one's budget for workers.
The small business mandate for the Affordable Care Act should not be delayed at all. This important law will make it easier for people to get affordable health care in the future. It is necessary for Americans to receive the best quality of health care in the world at a reasonable price.
No, the small business mandate for the Affordable Care Act be delayed until 2016. That's not practical, they knew the Affordable Care Act was happening and they had four years to prepare for it. No, we're not going to let you hedge your bets that a repeal-minded President might be elected in 2016.
I believe the Affordable Health Care Act has shown the true colors of American employers with the addition of required health care. We can see that employers really do not care about their employees at all or really consider them valuable at all. They simply want everything they can get and expect loyalty while screwing people over. I do not think the small business mandate should be delayed until 2016. I think companies need to stop worrying about profits and start worrying about society in general more.