Obamacare

Ron Fournier Attacks Paul Krugman, Embarrasses Self
May 05, 2014

The poor man is ailing from a condition known as bipartisanship (medical name: vacuousness), which manifests when any expresses a thought that can be deemed partisan.

Gallup: Uninsured Rate Is Lowest We've Ever Recorded
May 05, 2014

Hey, Obamacare Truthers: Gallup just found the uninsurance rate is the lowest it's found since it started polling in 2008. 

Four Things We Just Learned About Obamacare
May 01, 2014

Some good news and some bad—and a few details that are just plain interesting.

Obamacare Is Getting the Benghazi Treatment, Courtesy of House Republicans
April 30, 2014

And why not? They know people will keep citing their reports, no matter how wrong they turn out to be.

That Spike in Health Care Spending May Be Here, Right on Schedule
April 30, 2014

Are we due for another Obamacare chill-out post? Why, yes we are.

The Conservative Crusade Against Crony Capitalism Turns Out to Be Another Crusade Against the Safety Net
April 29, 2014

All of a sudden, Thomas Piketty has allies in the fight against "crony capitalism."

The GOP's Obamacare Obsession May Be Collapsing, and That Could Pave the Way for Immigration Reform
April 29, 2014

Republicans like Boehner are losing the nerve to repeal Obamacare and finding the spine to push for immigration reform simultaneously.

Obamacare Skeptic: ACA Misinformation Nearly Killed Me
April 28, 2014

Dean Angstadt hated the Affordable Care Act with intense partisan fervor until it saved his life.

Hey, Conservatives: Obama Is Trolling You on the ACA
April 25, 2014

He doesn't really think the debate is over.

More Evidence That Republicans Are Abandoning Obamacare Repeal
April 25, 2014

At the same Rotary Club event where he mocked conservatives for being too wimpy to pass immigration reform, House Speaker John Boehner had other revealing things to say. To wit:[To] repeal Obamacare … isn’t the answer. The answer is repeal and replace. The challenge is that Obamacare is the law of the land. It is there and it has driven all types of changes in our health care delivery system. You can’t recreate an insurance market overnight.

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