McConnell is banking on the likelihood that most Kentuckians won't realize Kynect-sans-PPACA would be basically superfluous—exploiting confusion over which aspects of the Kynect experience are within Kentucky's power to maintain.
Like an executive projecting optimism ahead of a disappointing earnings report, Boehner can't just admit that he's given up on immigration reform and grown complacent.
The GOP's Outrageous Health Care Hypocrisy: Vets Aren't the Only People Who Die Awaiting Care
May 27, 2014
Republicans should apply their instinct and outrage that lapses in health care killed U.S. veterans to the poor and uninsured.
Mitch McConnell's First Attempt to Soften His Obamacare Repeal Stance Is Highly Deceptive
May 23, 2014
Now that Mitch McConnell's past his primary, he'll need to square his view that Obamacare should be wiped off the books with the 400,000 Kentuckians who obtained insurance over the past several months. His first effort is incredibly deceptive.
Voters can smell ambivalence a mile away. Why is it so hard for Democrats to understand that?
The administration has signed off a new way employers can pay for medical services. You might save some money—or get stuck with a really, really big bill.
Obamacare Critics Now Admit the Law Is Saving Lives, But Say the Price Still Isn't Worth It
May 15, 2014
The Affordable Care Act may seem like an expensive way to save lives. But that's not all it's designed to do.
A Shameful Victory for Obamacare's Opponents
May 13, 2014
Gee, who's to blame for that?
Obamacare is out. Obama's supposed lawlessness is in.
All that fuss about people not paying Obamacare premiums? It looks more and more like a non-story