Latest posts by Ralf Mangual (see all)
- Heartland Daily Podcast: Joy Pullmann and Robert Pondiscio on Improving Civic Literacy - August 15, 2013
- Heartland Daily Podcast: Kyle Pomerleau and Joy Pullman on The Higher Education and Skills Obtainment Act - August 9, 2013
- Caskets and Monks: A Ray of Hope for a Throwback to Economic Liberty - August 8, 2013
Ben Domenech, Heartland’s Health Care Research Fellow, and Managing Editor of Health Care News, appeared on The Blaze TV last Thursday as part of a panel to talk about President Obama’s campaign-like speech on Obamacare.
Domenech highlighted how the Obama administration has both mislead the American public and distracted so many from the effects of Obamacare on the national economy.
The conversation then touched on what economic effects – from higher premiums to longer waits – the American people should be attributing to Obamacare. While this campaign to sell the “Affordable” Care Act to the American public has a lot behind it, Domenech argues that Republicans should have an easy time articulating the idea that with such a sweeping piece of legislation, economic effects (both positive and negative) ought to be attributed to it.