The unintended consequences of Obamacare

Every time liberals try to improve something, they invariably break something else:

Many of those with just fewer than 100 staffers have hired more part-timers in recent months, while those with at least 100 are reducing the hours of existing employees, he says.

The reason for this is simple:

Businesses in low-wage sectors, such as restaurants, retail and warehousing, are feeling bigger effects because health insurance represents an outsize share of their total employee costs, says Rob Wilson, head of Employco, a human resources outsourcing firm.

And of course, the reason why the US is not advancing economically, is because not all people can get the full-time job even if they want to:

Still, the number of part-time workers who say they'd prefer full-time jobs has remained stubbornly high. That can at least partly be traced to the inclination of the restaurant, retail and hotel industries to hire more part-time workers to sidestep the ACA mandate, Royal Bank of Scotland wrote in a recent report.

In short, Obamacare, despite well-meant intentions, has so many faults the only option is to abolish it.