A Cautionary Tale

Friday afternoon the day following SCOTUS' ruling on ObamaCare, I spoke with a friend whose business is high end construction work for smaller projects. After the usual "Hey How Are You," he tells me of the five projects he had on his planner; four called that morning and cancelled.  1. We don't know if we'll be in business after the first of the year. If ObamaCare goes into effect with or without a new President we don't see any way we can go on. The taxes, fees and regulations will destroy us. 2. I'm sorry, man. We've got to put this renovation on hold. ObamaCare will ruin us if it's not overturned. Any dollars we sink into this project might just be totally wasted. We've got to wait and see what happens. If to stands, we're shutting the doors.  3. I'm sorry, amigo. But with this bombshell from the Supremes, I'm gonna have to close the doors and lay off my people if it sticks on the books. No way I can afford to meet the dollar obligations the Feds are gonna lay on me if...(Read Full Post)