Innovation Survives Obamacare Tax; For Now

Among the many controversial (read bad for progress and innovation) features of Obamacare (the pathway to single payer) was the 2.3% tax on revenues (not profits; revenues) on medical devices.

Thankfully, after push back it's been suspended - hopefully for good.

It would have had a chilling effect on R&D and innovation.

But hey. Who cares right? You get to read Obama and his thoughts on human progress (which by the way, happens ins spite of his progressive outlook. This is more like his legacy) over at Wired magazine - who are all wild eyed giddy over this guy.

How disingenuous is this smart alec narcissist?

"Let's start with the big picture. By almost every measure, this country is better, and the world is better, than it was 50 years ago, 30 years ago, or even eight years ago. Leave aside the sepia tones of the 1950s, a time when women, minorities, and ­people with disabilities were shut out of huge parts of American life."

I'll let you see the neat trick he's trying to pass over you.

Unlike him, I respect my readers and people in general.

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