"I actually think the uninsured still have a lot to learn about it, particularly in states where there has been a mass amount of misinformation and a conscious effort to prevent people from learning about the law." -- Dr. David Blumenthal
After Republicans spent their time during last week's hearings demanding apologies for the problems with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, Bill Moyers asked if it would be "fair to expect just a morsel of apology from the right as well?" I wouldn't be holding my breath for one any time soon.
Conservative radio host Mark Levin recently blasted President Barack Obama for what he said was a policy of "an abortion in every household" with his health care reform law.
Before the election, Rep. Kevin McCarthy said that electing Mitt Romney would mean that Republicans have a mandate to overhaul Medicare: House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy: Election is ‘Mandate’ to Overhaul Medicare: House Republican Majority
I've seen a number of interviews with Rep. Peter DeFazio over the last week or so and all of them were very good, but this one was one of the more satisfying, because CNN's Erin Burnett finally got a little push back with her fearmongering over the
So now Scott Walker is Paul Gigot's go-to for the skinny on Republican governors and health care exchanges, it seems. And as usual, Governor Walker dishes out a large helping of bullsh*t with his excuses for why he declined to set up a
Batten down the hatches, everyone, and don't be distracted by the ongoing Republican breast-beating about how their policies are so great but they just aren't communicating them in a happy way. Forget about that, because the oligarchs are
Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) on Monday said that his state would refuse to implement President Barack Obama's health care reform law because it was "like adding 1,000 people to the Titanic." In a statement released on Monday, Perry said that he
We're hearing a lot of tough talk from Republicans as we did from LA Gov. Bobby Jindal on this Sunday's Meet the Press about how they're not going to cooperate at all in enacting provisions in the Affordable Care Act now that the Supreme Court has
Let's assume the almost-worst case scenario for Thursday: The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the mandate but leaves all of the consumer protections in place. Armageddon ensues, at least from the perspective of insurers, right? Well, yes and no.
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