A recent A.P.
story about IRS enforcement of ObamaCare's individual health
insurance mandate tax focuses on the
personnel required but also mentions a point I made a few months
before the Supreme Court upheld that provision (in a
post headlined "If the Penalty for Uninsured Taxpayers
Survives, Good Luck Collecting It"): If people decide not to buy
he medical coverage the government thinks they should have, there
is not much the government can do about it.
The Obamacare tax penalty for not buying health insurance may be administered by the IRS, and it may be assessed on your tax return, and the Supreme Court itself may have upheld the constitutionality of the mandate only because it i... Read Post
Obamacare’s requirement to purchase health insurance -- the individual mandate? It doesn’t really compel anyone into commerce. That’s what the government is still claiming in its defense of the mandate, anyway. During Supreme Cour... Read Post