“Single-payer is popular with Democrats, with 74 percent supporting it…”
“Cumulatively, these premium increases would average 50 percent over the three-year period…”
“It seems to me that people who earn nothing and contribute nothing get everything for free.”
Who’s up for DAACA?
“So long as lots of people are still getting insurance it becomes much harder to take that away.”
Yeah. Let’s run with that idea
“Centene misrepresents the number, location and existence of purported providers…”
Down but not out.
“We have essentially repealed ObamaCare… We didn’t want to bring it up.”
GOP civil war postponed, not prevented.
“There’s a clear relationship between increasing premiums and decreasing enrollment.”
It won’t be enough.
“an overall total of 42% of U.S. adults…want to change the ACA significantly.”
“This tax bill is a true test for my colleagues.”
“Repealing the individual mandate simply restores to people the freedom to choose.”
“one should not assume this is a precondition for my support for the tax bill.”
“We’re optimistic that inserting the individual mandate repeal would be helpful.”
The Governor weighs in
“The task for the blue states…is to mute, or at least counter, President Donald Trump’s messaging”
“These premium increases may allow insurers to remain in the market…”
Kick the can, bipartisan-style.
Ryan: “The Senate should keep its focus on repeal and replace of Obamacare.”
The response from the Left was immediate… an brutal
“Respect our country. Respect our flag.”
Bad when Obama did it. Bad when Trump does it.
“Congress can — and will — be more productive.”
“You have accomplished NOTHING IN DC.”
“Dems should call me to fix!”
“Together, these changes represent a serious threat to Obamacare…”
In case you care.
“It’s a little different now that Republicans have both houses and the administration.”
“While no counties are slated to go without coverage in 2018, almost half will have just one option next year.”
“I will tell you personally, I’m not happy about it.”