by River Falls Journal
October 26, 2012 at 6:33 am in River Falls Journal
A company leader’s comments about the presidential election to employees via e-mail prompted questions about whether his actions are legal.
Tags: elections, Politics, Wisconsin 2 Comments »
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How very republican. Intimidate to get the vote!
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I’m curious as to who was governor, and which party was in control of the legislature when “A Wisconsin election law” keeping employers from telling the truth to their employees was passed.
This interview, with “key” Obama health-care adviser, Jonathan Gruber, has Gruber stating these numbers, specifically speaking of WI: (remember, this info is from someone who has apparently READ the Obamacare bill…)
“…2016, individual premiums in Wisconsin will increase by an average of 30 percent. In addition, Obamacare will deeply cut Medicare Advantage for more than 300,000 Wisconsin seniors enrolled in the program. And 27 percent of Wisconsin physicians say that they will place new or additional limits on accepting Medicare patients.”
Read the article for the details.
Mr. White was being honest about the impact to his employee’s health care if Obama is re-elected. It’s no wonder the libs are crying foul, they want the truth to be hidden so people will vote on hopey/changey-type emotions.
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