Suicide Rates Will Skyrocket Due to Obamacare
Record-high suicides amongst Spain’s unemployed foreshadow what’s to come in America
February 4, 2014
Suicide rates in the U.S. will increase dramatically as 2.5 million Americans lose their jobs in the next 10 years due to Obamacare, following the current rise of suicides in Spain where over 4.8 million are unemployed.
Today the Congressional Budget Office admitted that Obamacare will lead to 2.5 million fewer workers by 2024 and last Friday, Spain’s National Institute of Statistics revealed that Spain’s suicide rate is the highest in eight years as Spaniards struggle with over 26% unemployment.
Suicide emerged as the leading cause of death amongst young men in Spain as the country’s youth unemployment hit a staggering 57.7% in the past quarter.
“The increase [in suicides] does coincide with a decrease in financial standing for a lot of families over the same time period,” Dr. Ileana Arias, the Deputy Director for the Centers for Disease Control, said to the New York Times.
Obamacare is already destroying what remains of the economy by killing jobs through its employer mandate, which requires businesses with 50 or more full-time employees to provide health insurance for each worker or pay a fine of $2,000 to $3,000 per worker, starting in Jan. 2015.