Obviously Kathleen Sebelius couldn't extort enough money from employers, the law is imploding, so Obama decides it needs to be postponed until after the mid-term elections. But his excuse is that the companies have been complaining. Hell, they have been complaining every since the day the DEMOCRATS passed the bill.
The Obama administration announced Tuesday that it is delaying a major provision in the health care overhaul, putting off until 2015 a requirement that many employers offer health insurance.
The announcement was made late Tuesday by the Treasury Department, at the beginning of the holiday week while Congress was on recess. It comes amid reports that the administration is running into roadblocks as it prepares to implement ObamaCare.
The change in the employer mandate is arguably the most significant concession the administration has made to date.
Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., a critic of the law, seized on the delay as a "clear admission" that the law is "unaffordable, unworkable and unpopular."
"It's also a cynical political ploy to delay the coming train wreck associated with ObamaCare until after the 2014 elections," he said.
It's not surprising that Harry Reid still defends the law and is now worried about "getting it right" rather than "doing it fast". What a crock.