TweetListening to President Obama respond on May 21 to the latest scandal regarding something about which he knew and did nothing—the mess at the Veterans Administration—was such a familiar event that[…]
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Even as ObamaCare is trying to self destruct, its advocates suggest a détente in which “Republicans recognize the conservative nature of the law,” in the words of Austin Frakt in Bloomberg News. The Affordable Care Act (ACA), they point out, incorporates some ideas from a Heritage Foundation proposal and a law promoted by Mitt Romney. Those are not, however, conservative ideas, much less good ideas, and are not a “sound chassis” for anything.
Kathleen Sebelius indicated that “significant improvements” have already been made and that administration officials vowed to have [healthcare.gov] fully repaired by Nov. 30, and fully workable in time for users to buy the coverage that takes effect on January 1st.
ObamaCare is a disaster. It is doing incredible damage to our nation – well beyond just the health insurance sector. Just about everything President Barack Obama and his fellow zealot ideologue cheerleaders promised it would deliver was an exact-opposite lie.
TweetThe biggest political problem faced by so-called “liberals” and so-called “progressives” in President Obama’s second term is how to prevent voters from holding them politically responsible as the public comes[…]
Tweet[First posted at Forbes.] The most shocking statement in the entire Obama/Romney debate earlier this week was this from President Obama: “You know a major difference in this campaign is[…]
TweetPresident Barack Obama is becoming his own worst enemy when it comes to keeping his promises. His repeated campaign promise to lower health insurance premiums by $2,500 by the end[…]
TweetToday the House Energy & Commerce subcommittee on health held four panels on the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB). Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius acted as an ally[…]
Tweet“Flexibility.” It’s a word that everyone in politics loves. They love it so much, they overuse it, deploying it in situations where it conflicts directly with the facts. That’s the[…]
TweetSenators Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Scott Brown (R-MA) are getting a good bit of media play for their alliance on an amendment to President Obama’s health care law advanced in[…]