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Remember how Republicans said that so-called Obamacare was a "job-killing" law?

Well, it looks like big-profit, bloodsucker Cigna insurance is trying to prove that it's actually the insurance companies who are killing jobs; you know, when they're not too busy murdering human beings.

From an independent CT news source:

There was no major announcement just a newspaper article about how Cigna Corp. plans on laying off an undisclosed number of employees starting in May as it shifts some of its accounting functions to India.

On Tuesday a company official confirmed that some number of accounting jobs will be moved to India over the next three years.

So, according to the bloodsuckers at Cigna, Americans deserve neither white-collar jobs, nor health care, right?

And, Cigna is sending jobs to India after CT taxpayers gave it millions of dollars to create jobs:

Under its “First Five” agreement with the state, the insurance company will receive a $15 million loan which it will have to pay back at 0 percent interest over 10 years if it creates anywhere between 200 to 800 jobs.

Word to the wise, never trust an insurance company, especially one as evil as Cigna.

If you have a few seconds, tweet to @cignaquestions and ask the creeps why they are in the business of killing -- people, and now jobs, too.

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