The three big reasons Republicans can’t replace Obamacare
Except the prospect of more than 20 million people losing their health insurance, and a huge redistribution from the working class to the very rich.
An arrogant entrance, a sad exit
With a new Congress and White House committed to wealth’s concentration, we’ll sorely miss the scholar who dedicated his life to documenting wealth’s maldistribution.
Sorry Donald, Republicans own health care now
Republicans own the government, and so, they own Obamacare. That’s what Obama intended and that’s why Obamacare will never be truly repealed.
Donald Trump’s death panel
However ridiculous Donald Trump’s promises may seem, his pledge to protect Americans who depend on Obamacare, Medicare and Medicaid is a matter of life or death.
Obamacare’s biggest problem is profit, not government
Democrats’ political prospects will suffer if they cling to Obamacare’s less popular and less effective provisions.
2016 Not So Different, After All: Obamacare Woes Hit Campaign Trail
Bad news about Obamacare could stifle Democrats’ momentum heading into Election Day as they try to retake the Senate.
Top Six Achievements of Obamacare (Hint: Millions More Insured)
Since the Supreme Court has approved all the judicial challenges Obamacare once faced, it is time to look at it as a huge success enriching the lives of all. Here are six achievements of Obamacare.
SCOTUS: Saving the Republic or the Republicans?
The Supreme Court's decision not to repeal the Affordable Care Act was “good news for the Republican Party, who were facing the prospect of being responsible for those millions losing their coverage." Now they won't look so bad.
President Obama Joins Forces with Corporate America and the GOP
President Obama comes off as serious, low drama, and personable, but Corporate America has definitely got the best of him. Obamacare, the TPP, and the never ending war the U.S. is responsible for proves he and his government are easy manipulated.
The GOP Gang of Supremes Go After Obamacare
The Supreme Court is once again challenging Obamacare, which could dramatically influence the health of millions. These challengers are claiming the law prohibits insurance subsidies to the millions of low and middle-income Americans living in the 36 states that did not set up a state exchange.