Now that Republicans led by Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell have failed three times to repeal Obamacare, the biggest mistake they could make is to assume that President Trump will just drop the subject.
If President Trump wants to get Congress off the dime in dealing with Obamacare, he can do it with an executive order forcing Congress to eat its own cooking.
In Washington, the word ‘affordable’ has been redefined to mean, “someone else is paying for it.”
In the real world, if you fumble on the order of magnitude that McConnell just did, you lose your job.
There is exactly zero chance that this Congress, or any Congress that follows from now down to the last generation, will ever pass a law that provides Americans with “quality, affordable health care.”
To any objective observer – objective being defined as anyone willing to do the 6th grade math – California Senate Bill 562 is nothing less than an act of state suicide.
All of the apologies for Obamacare notwithstanding, Obamacare at its core is little other than a welfare program.
Memo to Donald Trump. Despite the media wishing they would, most Americans don’t really care about your taxes. But they care very deeply about affording their health care.
Donald Trump is gaining in the polls by loudly voicing the pent-up fear, frustration and anger felt by ordinary Americans.
Millions of ordinary Americans with only ordinary academic credentials knew from the beginning that Obamacare was not going to work.
The putting of an elite, uber-educated liberal on the hot seat is from time-to-time is both instructive and good for the republic.
Ivy Leaguers (not all but many) tend to consider themselves superior, particularly Ivy Leaguers who go on to careers in government. And right now our government is awash in Ivy Leaguers.