Last evening, the Obama administration delayed for one year the mandate requiring employers to provide health insurance to their workers.
I've argued that this rule was a bad idea from the start. And once again, the White House has proven that ObamaCare is nothing short of politics above economics.
During a time when nearly one in eight Mississippians is unemployed, the White House should be offering incentives for entrepreneurs to invest in our state's economy -- not burdening them with additional taxes and regulations.
Let's repeal all of the president's health care law. Let's consider real health care reforms. Only then will Americans receive the care that they need, from the doctors that they choose, at a cost that they can afford.
Member of Congress