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"Sorry, Obamacare Denialists, You’re Insane": Don’t Want To Be Called Ridiculous And Nutty, Stop Saying Ridiculous, Nutty Things

Conservative writer Philip Klein, who seems very nice, complains that liberals are being far too mean about the latest conservative attempt to gut Obamacare. “Liberal critics of this legal theory have portrayed it as… 495 more words

Conservatives

"Legislative Interpretations": Did Those Republican Judges Ever Go To Law School?

Six federal judges ruled Tuesday on the legality of subsidies being provided for low-income subscribers under so-called Obamacare. The two with solid Republican credentials found the program illegal. 539 more words

Republicans

"None Of Ryan’s Ideas Are New": Stop Calling The GOP The Party Of New Ideas

Paul Ryan, the perennial media darling and the Republican vice-presidential nominee in 2012, has released an anti-poverty plan that has been widely hailed by a group of conservative policy enthusiasts known as the reformicons. 710 more words

Republicans

"Paul Ryan’s Glossy New Poverty Plan": Not Much Doubt What The Effect On Poor People Will Be

Every year or so Paul Ryan comes up with a glossy new plan to deal with poverty or spending on social programs. The plans never go anywhere, but they’re not really intended to: They’re designed to make the Republican Party (and Mr. 611 more words

Affordable Care Act

"A Collective GOP Orgasm": Today's Conservative Obamacare Baloney Debunked

If you were perusing the conservative twitter-sphere this morning, you would have witnessed a kind of collective orgasm, as it was discovered that back in 2012, MIT economist Jonathan Gruber gave a talk to a small group in which he… 813 more words

GOP

"A Partisan Axe To Grind": An 'Unfortunate Political Stunt' Goes Awry

Earlier this year, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) thought he’d come up with a great idea: he’d file a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act in the hopes of making coverage more expensive for Capitol Hill staff. 641 more words

Republicans