In this two-minute video, a constituent challenges Sen. Grassley on his votes to repeal the ACA. He did not take it well.
Fox's Brit Hume tells Chris Wallace that Republicans won't face a political fallout over the judges' ruling against the ACA in Texas because "there is no practical effect for the time being."
Brit Hume: Republicans Won't Pay Political Price For Texas ACA Ruling Because There's No 'Practical Effect'
Fox regular Brit Hume tells Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that Republicans won't pay a political price for the recent ruling by a Texas judge that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional, because there isn't going to be a "practical effect" from the ruling... for now, anyway.
They are pretending to be for coverage of pre-existing conditions while doing everything to help insurance companies deny coverage or charge more.
It's pretty clear the boos weren't in support of McCain, but then again...maybe there were a few humans there.
Fox's (and Jon Stewart's!) favorite serial liar on health care is back.
Rather than defend his disgusting plan to rob 33 million Americans of their health insurance, Bill Cassidy tells George Stephanopoulos that he has a "new" bill.
Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins tells CNN's Jake Tapper she wants to see the CBO score before she'll commit to voting against Graham-Cassidy.
Sen Susan Collins tells CNN's Jake Tapper that it's"'Very difficult for me to envision a scenario" where she votes for the Graham-Cassidy ACA repeal bill.
A Republican senator said so.
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