Bullyboy and millionaire Fox pundit Sean Hannity had the nerve to call Democratic Rep. Bill Pascrell an "elitist" while demanding he participate in a $10,000 bet on "Obamacare."
Eric Cantor appeared on Sean Hannity's show this Tuesday evening to demand that the individual mandate be delayed along with the employer mandate in the hope of dismantling the health care law.
How did we know this was eventually going to happen? First you've got the churches suing over the contraceptive mandate in the Affordable Care Act, and now, a business is doing the same thing. Last week, a judge ruled against the mandate, at least
Looks like someone's having a little trouble keeping their talking points straight. RNC Chairman Contradicts Romney Camp, Says Mandate Is A Tax: The Romney campaign has been taking pains to emphasize they believe the individual mandate is not a
We all knew the talking heads over at Fox weren't going to react well after the Supreme Court upheld the Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. On this Thursday evening's On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, Caribou Barbie was given lots of
As Think Progress noted, after complaining and fearmongering about the mandate that will require insurance companies to cover the cost of contraceptives at no cost, and lying and calling emergency contraception "an abortion pill," which it's not,
For anyone trying to keep track of all of the lies Mitt Romney has been telling out on the campaign trail, and the list is a long one, one of the best references you're going to find out there is Steve Benen's weekly series, the latest of which you
Every Time Michele Bachmann Opens Her Mouth, She Reminds People That Romney Designed The ACA Mandate
Michele Bachmann was a guest on This Week with George Stephanopoulos, and she spends some time trying to sound like a legal expert. She tries to gin up some Republican talking points about the allegedly unconstitutional mandate of the Affordable
With the Supreme Court about to hear arguments on whether the individual mandate is constitutional this week, I've heard a lot of strange comparisons from the talking heads in the media to what else the government might be able to force someone to
While discussing the upcoming arguments before the Supreme Court starting Monday on whether the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, ABC's Terry Moran and guest Matthew Dowd both pointed out the obvious, much to the shagrin of This Week regular
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