(A) new analysis by Republican staffers on the Joint Economic and the House Ways & Means Committees estimates the IRS will have to hire an additional 16,500 workers to "collect, examine and audit new tax information mandated on families and small businesses in the (health care) 'reconciliation' bill."
Mark Steyn writes:
This will be the biggest expansion of the IRS since World War II - and that's change you can believe in. This is what "health" "care" "reform" boils down to: Fewer doctors, longer wait times but more bureaucrats.
Steyn paints a bleak picture of a future under Obamacare.
From now on, it gets worse. If you have children, they'll live in smaller homes, drive smaller cars, live smaller lives. If you don't have children, you had better hope your neighbors do, because someone needs to spawn a working population large enough to pay for the unsustainable entitlements the Obama party has suckered you into thinking you're entitled to.
Actually, even if Obamacare never becomes law, we’d better hope for a larger working age population. But Obamacare is certainly likely to make the deficits explode sooner.
We need less government, with smaller budgets, fewer agencies and vastly reduced numbers of public-sector union employees on less lavish remuneration.