Media fixation on a small fraction of America’s patients distorts health care system’s real problems that need addressing.
Many insist that the rate at which employer-sponsored premiums have grown has slowed dramatically since passage of the Obamacare. It’s not true.
The Republicans campaign against the ACA has some reverberations of their eight decades of On-again/Off-again engagement with Social Security.
Senate Republicans have been quietly working to eliminate Obamacare while avoiding media attention—and major papers and television news are playing along.
Republicans are preparing to repeal the Obamacare. It is an impossible task because the misrepresentations of the law will meet everyone’s reality.
Some Republican voters are growing hesitant about outright abolition of the Obamacare and instead favoring a more circumspect approach of scaling it back.
Obamacare’s main test? Will young invincibles buy into Obamacare so old people’s medical costs can be paid for? Young people are pretty smart. They see through what many of us have been saying about Obamacare for some time- it didn’t go far enough. Maybe we should ask young invincibles if they not buying into Obamacare […]
Bryan Henry On Conservatism and Obamacare Educator, Kingwood resident, and Kingwood Area Democrat Bryan Henry makes the perfect analysis on conservatives and their opposition to Obamacare. Conservatism and Obamacare Edmund Burke, the 18th century Anglo-Irish statesman and founder of conservatism, criticized the radical democrats of the French Revolution for thinking that they could force reality […]
WOW! John Young got it right again. He could have labeled this piece, ‘A message to the GOP, are you listening?’ Please read this and pass it along. Pass it especially to your Republican friends. I didn’t know you cared Monday, November 11, 2013 Excuse me, free-market conservatives, but why the sudden concern over millions […]