House GOP knocks healthcare reform in 'Arrested Development' spoof
House Republicans are jumping on the recent woes of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and tying the agency's credibility to its forthcoming role in implementing President Obama's healthcare reform. Spoofing the opening credits of the popular TV show "Arrested Development," the House Republican Conference blasts ObamaCare's impact on small businesses saying the legislation would have a devastating impact on insurance premiums for business owners.
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