party to share the blame for unintended consequences like high costs, high taxes and unemployment.
For example, by limiting increases in the premiums of the elderly, Obamacare not only forces young, healthy Americans to buy health insurance but shifts those costs to this group.
This is more intergenerational wealth redistribution.
The Democratic Party's plan turns out to have serious unintended consequences.
For example, on June 15, 2009, Obama said, "If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor."
A survey of doctors in 2012 found that 83 percent considered quitting over Obamacare. That is an alarmingly high number that included Democrats.
Now that Americans have had the chance to see what is inside Democrats' takeover of a sixth of the American economy, many are angry.
Small wonder. The employer mandate is only one of the problems of this incredibly overarching legislation.
West Virginians will remember that in 2014 — and the administration's attempt to escape responsibility at the polls as well.