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GOP Explains Repeal and Replace Strategy as “Repeal with stable transition”

Paul Ryan explains repeal and replace in GOP press conference 01-10-17

In the weekly House GOP press conference, Speaker Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders explained their approach to repealing and replacing Obamacare. While Ryan spoke of a repeal and replacement happening “concurrently” he also mentions that the 2018 Budget will be used as a tool for repeal while other legislative and regulatory tools will be required to enact the replacement. When ...

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Scott Walker’s ‘Day One Patient Freedom Plan’ [Full Text]

Scott Walker Day One Patient Freedom Plan

Note: This text has been reformatted for the web, but contains all text and references. MY PLAN TO REPEAL & REPLACE OBAMACARE T H E D A Y O N E PATIENT FREEDOM PLAN Washington’s failed approach to health care is hurting the American people. Big government created a health care system built around Washington, not hardworking families. This backwards ...

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WTH Weekly -06-28-15 – the week in review

Continuing the WTH (“what the heck” happened) series, this week we look at Obama’s Iran capitulation, a rocket explodes,Greece implodes, single payer closer than thought, gay marriage and concealed carry, Obamacare subsidies, flags of our forefathers, Jindal enters the race and more! Shockingly, Obama isn’t serious about the Iran nuclear talks. Today, reports surfaced that Obama has given into Iran’s demands ...

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Obama’s ‘Truth Team’ needs a fact check on their fact check

Obama failures

Oh the irony. President Obama’s so called “truth team” continues its propagandist efforts in the hopes of salvaging the President’s crashing approval numbers. This time, by falsely portraying Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers as lying about Obamacare’s effects on the health care industry. From the unTruth Team’s email: Friend — Fun fact: The latest member of Congress caught spreading myths about ...

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Obamacare’s Strays

The stories from Gop.gov/yourstory continue to roll in at an alarming rate. As we have all seen, millions of Americans continue to receive notices informing them that their current insurance plans will no longer be offered under Obamacare. The House Republican Conference has compiled a short video, embargoed until 9:00 a.m. EST,  highlighting some of these Americans.  Please take a ...

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Ohio’s Public Employee Union (OPERS) Loses Spouse Coverage under Obamacare

If Ohio’s public employees are concerned about retirement system changes under Obamacare, it seems no one’s talking. Joe Wilson’s “You lie!“ shout-out to Obama from the floor of Congress in 2009 was indeed prophecy. Obama did lie. State of Ohio spouses cannot ‘keep their health insurance because they like it.’ I am one of those spouses. Lying to America’s elderly ...

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Saturday Night Cigar Lounge July 6th

When:Saturday, June 29th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Saturday Night Cigar Lounge with Taylor on Blog Talk Radio What: Saturday nights were meant for cigars and politics. Hear Taylor and his co-host Liz Harrison talk about everything from the past week – from politics, to news, to books, and entertainment. Whatever comes to mind, and of course, sobriety is not likely. ...

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IRS Official overseeing Conservative targeting now heads Obamacare office

Sarah Hall Ingram

The Commissioner overseeing tax exempt organizations for the IRS for the last three years is not only still employed, but heading the much more powerful unit in charge of enforcing Obamacare. Sarah Hall Ingram spent three years, from 2009 to 2012, as the commissioner of the tax exempt office of the Internal Revenue service. Instead of being asked to resign, ...

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The Obamacare Recession

Barack Obama upset

The sequester’s $85 billion dollar slowing of federal spending isn’t what’s going to stall the economy this year – that will come from the President’s healthcare reform. The White House and congressional Democrats have been hard at-work spinning the March jobs slowdown as an effect of sequestration even though the details of the report show no slowdown in government hiring. ...

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Armed Federal Agents To Impose Obamacare on States

 I just read a story that made my skin crawl.  Barack Obama has declared that the federal government will send federal agents into states to take over their insurance industry if they don’t surrender to Obamacare and set up the exchanges demanded by the regime.  Obamacare was passed in 2009 using bribery and arm twisting, topped off by a complete perversion ...

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As Govt takes over healthcare, privacy disappears

In England, they’ve had government healthcare for quite some time. Now, doctors will be required to report alcohol consumption and other health factors to the government. United States Democrats promised that a government administered health care system would not result in a government that would collect and use information on American citizens – the same promise the English government gave ...

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AFP-PA presents taxpayer Xmas list, urges PA governor to reject exchange program

It’s Christmas Winter solstice/holiday time – and Governor Corbett seems tepid to reject the federal-state health care exchange program, which will be instituted under Obamacare.  Mitt Romney implemented a similar program, at the state level, when he was Governor of Massachusetts – which explains why conservatives were unable to make the 2012 election a referendum on Obamcare.  As Grace-Marie Turner ...

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Health Care Reform = More Money, Bigger Hospitals, and Less Private Practices

For a while, conservatives have known that Obamacare would be a dose of bad medicine.  However, given the axiom that bog government helps big business, the same could be true with the medical industry.  Tim Carney at The Washington Examiner aptly pointed out today, from Bloomberg, Obamacare favors big hospitals, and smashes small practices. In his column, Carney wrote that “Bloomberg report[ed] ...

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