President Obamas controversial, legacy-defining health care reform law has hit a new low for approval and a new high for disapproval just as the second open enrollment period gets underway. Just 37 percent of people approve of the law, while 56 percent disapprove.
Despite the millions of families who have had their health plans cancelled, cant see their own doctor, and are paying more, but getting less, some people are still finding ways to celebrate Obamacare.
Increasingly, people across the country are beginning to realize that teachers’ unions are the biggest obstacle to educational reforms that would give millions of children a better education and a fighting chance at a better life.
Once again, President Obama has felt the need to come out swinging in defense of his signature health care law. Countless times since the rollout, and again last week, he proclaimed that ObamaCare is working, called on Democrats to defend it, and chastised conservatives for their opposition that he believes is entirely political. But people should look beyond Obama’s rhetoric and consider reality – ObamaCare is bad medicine for America.
At first blush, many viewed the White House announcement that 7 million people had signed up for ObamaCare as a defeat for advocates of limited government.
The multiple folds of irony are all most too much to handle. T
February was not kind to supporters of the liberal agenda. In the span of four weeks, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released four separate reports, each concluding that misguided big government policies are hurting American businesses and families.
You may not have heard, but it seems that the federal government may soon come calling for another $100 billion we don’t have - this time for transportation. While many people were focusing on the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) ObamaCare numbers, the agency also released some little-noticed financial details about the Highway Trust Fund’s shortcomings.
In his State of the Union Address, President Obama continued to hammer home a point that will likely be a central tenet of Democratic campaigns in 2014 – “income inequality.” The President and his party seem to believe income inequality can be solved with a simple wave of the big government wand.