The Republicans are calling for the repeal of the "job-killer health care bill". But have they considered that the previous health care "system" was the real job killer?
Why? Consider that many people seek jobs based on the "benefits" offered by the company – "benefits" generally meaning health care insurance. These people will seek jobs in large companies rather than smaller companies. Once people work for large companies, they are almost "locked" into their jobs.
People who are "locked" into their jobs won't venture out on their own, whether to be consultants, to be employees of smaller companies, or to start their own companies.
When people move in any of these directions, they may be moving to a more creative environment. That creative environment may in itself create more jobs. Thank goodness that Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were young, healthy, and well-enough off to start Apple and Microsoft, respectively.
But have many people not started companies because they didn't want to be concerned or couldn't afford health care for their employees. That situation is/was a job-killer.
About the only job-killing I think the health care bill does is reduce the number of people who are looking for ways to deny care.