Kick the can, bipartisan-style.
“Trump has only guaranteed the payments through July…”
It’s not a slippery slope. It’s a freaking avalanche.
“Not only are taxpayers footing the bill, but people are dying unnecessarily because of this.”
I can’t imagine what I was thinking when I said that
“…a substantial increase in cost for New Yorkers who don’t get help from subsidies under Obamacare.”
“The main driver of the rate change is the increasing cost of medical care.”
“The state’s health insurers are asking for sizeable rate increases…”
Pretty much across the board
Shortsightedness at its worst.
Having one very expensive choice is not a competitive market
What could possibly go wrong? Well, actually… a lot.
“The people that are getting killed in this deal are small business people…”
“There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.”
Follow the money. And in this case it’s not nearly all in the cost of prescription drugs
“This really is a math problem.”
Lack of vision
Pay up, sucker. Or maybe not.
Put a ring on it
Picking winners and lots of losers
Yeah, but that’s a pretty big piece
Nothing to see here
“When we first supported the calls for healthcare reform, we thought it was going to bring costs down.”
During the initial open enrollment period, the Obama administration released monthly enrollment reports that — even if they were exasperatingly …
Nobody is surprised, right?
“I think that everyone’s very grateful that you did this.”
The final countdown.
T-minus one month to go.
And another one, gone.
It’s almost like the left hand doesn’t know what the right is doing.
Because they’re more like… guidelines than actual rules.