Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship Chairman David Vitter (R-La.) is asking President Obama’s IRS Commissioner John Koskinen how it is that Members of Congress and Congressional Staff are able to qualify for a subsidized small-business health-insurance program that requires a business have 50 or fewer employees when Congress clearly has more than 50…

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Sign Our Petition To Stop Congressional Exemptions From Obamacare! Last night on Fox News, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker promised to end Congress’ special exemption from Obamacare. Walker said ending the exemption for Congress will “light a fire” under lawmakers and give them reason to fully repeal President Obama’s failed government takeover of Americans’ health care.…

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Sign Our Petition To Stop Congressional Exemptions From Obamacare! Mom-and-pop-business owners nationwide are miffed the more than 12,000 congressional staffers and their dependents are able to receive Obamacare subsidies under Congress’ “small business” exemption – and those at Judicial Watch are refusing to roll over on the issue. Reports The Daily Caller: A conservative non-profit watchdog group…

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One of the most glaring inequities in the so-called Affordable Care Act is that members of Congress and their staff are benefiting from a special designation that makes them exempt from the full effects of the Obamacare law. Congress actually claimed to be a small business so they can continue to receive subsidies under Obamacare…

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Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin has new op-ed up at The Daily Caller about the best way to repeal Obamacare now – before it can do any more damage. As Martin notes, it’s been five long years since Obamacare became law and then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi quipped that “We have to pass [Obamacare] to…

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There are many things to dislike about Obamacare. The list – such as skyrocketing insurance premiums, IRS penalties, and the job-destroying on small businesses – is bad enough. But outrageously, Congress has taken the additional step of exempting themselves and their staff from Obamacare. Congress knew how bad a health care law written by insurance…

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