Obamacare

The Republicans May Lose, But So Will You
October 15, 2013

Americans who want jobs or mortgages will suffer because John Boehner didn't have the guts to stiff the Tea Party

Tick, Tick, Tick... Is This Boehner's Last Ransom Note?
October 15, 2013

Democrats and Republicans in the Senate have nearly completed a deal that would reopen the government and increase the Treasury Department's debt ceiling. President Obama has signalled his support, as have Democratic leaders in the House.

The Senate Budget Deal Spares Obamacare—Except for These Two Changes
October 14, 2013

Senate leaders are near an agreement that would re-open the government and increase the debt ceiling.

The Blaze of Glory Fallacy
October 10, 2013

My colleague Michael Kinsley wrote a post today urging President Obama to give in to Republican demands and agree to a one-year delay of the Affordable Care Act.

Boehner Has a Plan. Or Something Like That.
October 10, 2013

House Republican leaders on Thursday morning announced that they have a new proposal and it hews to the outlines media outlets reported overnight.

Device Makers Would Love Repeal of Their Tax. But Would Conservatives?
October 10, 2013

Republican leaders and, finally, many of their followers are coming to grips with the obvious: They can't use the government shutdown or threat of default to kill Obamacare.

'Meese is a Pig,' Remembered
October 07, 2013

The attorney general who inspired the legendary 1980s illegal-poster campaign is back in the news

Obamacare Would Save My Family a Fortune, But the Politics Make Me Scared to Buy It
October 06, 2013

Her husband has a pre-existing condition. If she bought an ACA policy, and the ACA was repaled, would she be able to get her old plan back?

Watch This for 22 Seconds and You'll See Why Obama Can't Give an Inch
October 06, 2013

House Speaker John Boehner went on ABC News “This Week” to make clear his position: Republicans won’t give the government new borrowing authority until Democrats agree to negotiate about Obamacare and fiscal priorities.

The Factoid That Explains Why You Want to Live in a Blue State
October 04, 2013

How much of a difference does living in a Democratic-run state make? Here's the difference between what a family of three—a working parent with two dependants—would have to make in Minnesota and Alabama in order to qualify for subsidized insurance.

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