Four weeks ago, President Obama delivered a speech in San Jose, California touting the supposed benefits of his signature healthcare law. For 85 percent of Americans, he claimed, the only change they'll experience is superior coverage. For virtually everyone else, there will be competitive exchanges in place starting next year, from which they'll be able to select affordable coverage. And if some people still aren't able to pay those new, lower rates, the government would step in with subsidies to make up the difference. Needless to say, his promises were deeply misleading at the time: Premiums were already heading...
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Let's give SCOTUS one more bite at this rotten apple. It might be a quicker fix than waiting for 2017 to get a Repub Congress and White House. Sue Oblahblah to either implement Obamacare as written, or shut the whole thing down as unimplementable in its complexity. My bet is SCOTUS would kill it this time around, and would tell Congress re-write it if they so choose.
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