Recently major corporations and CEO's have been bemoaning the Supreme Courts ruling on the Affordable Care Act, derisively labeled "Obamacare" by the Republican/Conservative brand. Their gripe is they will not hire or attempt to innovate due to 'uncertainty' created by the supposed taxes and requirements of the new healthcare law. Really? Businesses continue to take no risks, downsize and cut workers not because of a glaring lack of demand by consumers who have no money, but because of the mercurial and almighty specter of 'economic uncertainty'? How often have all of us heard this pathetic excuse and how much more will we all hear it before the truth sets in?