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Not missing a beat, corporate tool Gov. Scott Walker said shortly after the Supreme Court ruled that the ACA was Constitutional:
[I] would have preferred the court strike down the law, but [I am] holding out hope that a new president and Republican-controlled Congress will overturn it next year. In the meantime the state will not proceed with setting up a health care exchange as is required.What an arrogant fool. I had hoped that post recall he would have changed from the extreme partisian hack that he is to someone less offensive. That is the Wisconsin in me, always hoping for the best in people. Not only did he say he will not implement the law in Wisconsin he also stated:
[T]he law will be a massive tax increase on the people of Wisconsin and America...[T]he decision creates uncertainty for Wisconsin businesses and that's bad for job growth. He then went on to say, "businesses will be bullish about adding jobs since he won the recall election."I don't see how this is a "massive tax increase," nor do I understand his conflicting statements. The healthcare law creates uncertainty for Wisconsin businesses and that is bad for job growth, yet businesses will be bullish about adding jobs in the post recall era.First, there would be no uncertainty if he would do HIS JOB and set up a healthcare exchange. Second, my guess is that when his policies cause further job losses in the state he will blame the ACA.