McCarthy: Any House Bill Will Have 'Fundamental Changes' To Obamacare
The conservative fight against Obamacare: Betraying their own principles yet again
How the GOP blocked health care for red state Americans
The shutdown is happening
House GOP Votes for Shutdown, Says That's Not What They Did
By all appearances, House Republicans are now actively seeking a government shutdown, specifically aiming for their goal rather than making any effort to avoid it. Indeed, the unhinged House majority appears to have gone out of its way to craft a spending bill designed to fail. . . .
Don't let them fool you: "delaying" Obamacare for a year is a plan for killing it
Boehner caves in to the teabaggers - so (for now) they like him
Count the lies
Obamacare Fear-Mongering Hall of Fame: Death Panels and More
The latest Big Lie: it's OBAMA who wants the government shutdown
We live in a mendocracy.
As in: rule by liars. . . [read on]
A glimpse of sanity
More Would Blame Republicans for Shutdown
Republican Senator Denounces House GOP's Obamacare Strategy
Why GOP Will Lose Fight Over Obamacare
In Fox World
Sen. Kaine Frustrates Fox News' Anti-Obamacare Segment by Repeatedly Bringing Up GOP's Shutdown Threat
This won't quiet the debate
The White House is downplaying expectations for Day One of Obamacare, and it’s not because of attacks from Republican opponents.
In recent weeks, senior administration have begun predicting that there will be relatively few sign-ups on Tuesday, when tens of millions of Americans will, for the first time, be able to sign up for new insurance options. That means a date that has long been circled on health-policy calendars in the administration and across the country actually represents a “soft launch.”
“October will be light for enrollment,” White House Deputy Senior Advisor David Simas said. . .
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