In Forbes, John Goodman discusses how Republicans oppose Obamacare’s tax on gold-plated employer-sponsored health insurance plans. Instead, conservative ‘Repeal and Replace’ plans propose to place a cap on the tax-exclusion of employer-sponsored health insurance. The takeaway here is that Republicans are opposing and supporting the same concept:

There are two big problems. Just about every Democrat in Congress in 2010 voted for Obamacare and all its taxes. Even more important, a Cadillac plan tax has been included in just about every Republican alternative to Obamacare. In fact, the most aggressive and most notable alternative to Obamacare proposed by Republicans would have repealed all of Obamacare’s taxes and replaced them with a huge Cadillac plan tax.

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