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Obamacare and Trumpcare – Same song, different verse

Do you remember when Barack Obama said the following words when he was promoting the Affordable Care Act to the American people? We’re going to have insurance for everybody. There was a philosophy in some circles that if you can’t…

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Dan Wolgamott: DFL’s puppet

The last 2 weeks of a legislative campaign are filled with mailers. This year isn’t an exception. Dan Wolgamott, the DFL-endorsed candidate for SD-14, touts himself as running a positive campaign. What he isn’t telling people is that the DFL is running his smear campaign for him. In fact, of the 4 lit pieces I’ve […]

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Bill Clinton slams “crazy” Obamacare, but it’s not what you think

Recent statements by Hillary’s husband about the crazy failures of Obamacare has the hearts of Conservatives across the county going pitter-patter. Finally, according to their reasoning, we have a Democrat–Bill Clinton no less–saying what most Americans have known from the…

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Democrats ready to replace Obamacare with government-run healthcare

News flash! Obamacare has been a complete and utter failure! Okay, not really a news flash, but it has been a failure. People who liked their doctor didn’t get to keep their doctor. People who liked their healthcare plan didn’t…

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Doctors call for replacing Obamacare with single-payer

A few weeks ago, UnitedHealth Group, the nation’s largest insurer, announced their intention to drop out of the Obamacare exchanges in all but a handful of states following projected losses of nearly $650 billion this year. This move is being…

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Taranto skewers Obama & Krugman

Each week, I wait for James Taranto’s Best of the Web column. It’s consistently witty and informative. This week’s column definitely fits that description. Predictably, Taranto’s column focuses on the VA Hospital crisis/scandal. First, he notes how the Obama administration isn’t living up to other liberals’ expectations: Paul Waldman, Greg Sargent’s deputy, sees broader ideological […]

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Top-down health care, Part II

I wrote this post about why the Affordable Care Act, aka the ACA, is failing. Here’s part of the explanation for the ACA’s unpopularity: The problem is that the Obamcare plans aren’t attractive to consumers. They were designed in Washington to suit political prerogatives rather than being designed in the marketplace to meet the demands […]

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