“This is federalism versus socialism”
Healthcare may be a ‘right’ but somebody’s got to pay for it
One problem: If new policies are not enshrined in law, the next president could conceivably change them back
We always have to remember we wouldn’t be trying to fix healthcare if Democrats hadn’t broken it
Recently even the Washington Post admitted that single-payer health care would be “astonishingly” expensive
Ever notice how socialists can never be honest about their ideas?
If Republicans fail to deliver on these two key promises, they are going to pay a price, electorally speaking
Obamacare was supposed to SAVE lives not end them
This should have been a slam-dunk. Why hasn’t been?
Remember, Democrats brought us the disaster that is Obamacare — and now they won’t do anything to help fix it
It puts consumer choice back into the equation and returns that choice to the private sector, where consumers and insurers — not Uncle Sam’s bureaucrats — decide coverage requirements
Why does the government have to “manage” our health care in the first place?
What is maddening is that the Republicans who control Congress know this, and still, we can’t get a replacement bill
Few in Congress and political class are asking the right question when it comes to “healthcare reform”
“The bill has to look more like a repeal bill”