On Tuesday, the Obama administration announced that they would be delaying the implementation of the employer mandate provisions of Obamacare from 2014 to 2015. Over at the Weekly Standard, I explain how this strange decision highlights the underlying weaknesses of the entire health care law:
For starters, the delay confirms precisely what the critics have been saying all along: That Obamacare is a huge burden on the economy that will reduce employment and stifle wages. By delaying enforcement of the mandate, and citing complaints from employers as the reason, the Obama administration is essentially conceding this point. How do Democrats defend the law now that the administration has admitted it has the potential to harm business vitality and job growth?
The rest of the post can be read here.