Dreadful lineup this morning....
Hey AB couldn’t you give us a better guest list than a bunch of rinos and lefttards?(thanks for the thread anyway)
Ayotte, Grahamnesty and no McNuts? What’s up with that? I thought they were inseparable?
Bet Pansy Gram talks about "immigration reform" the whole time.
Romney on NBC ripping ObamaCare.
Did I just hear him say that because of Romneycare in Taxachusetts that health insurance there is the highest in the nation??
Only FOX is slightly watchable, the rest are so bad I repeat;
Accomplices, also known as shills, help manipulate the mark into accepting the perpetrators plan.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel is simply awful on Fox News Sunday this morning. Hope the White House puts him on all of the talk shows all of the time!
Steppie tries to diss Paul by quoting someone who claims Rand cannot be separated from his [nutcase, implied] father, Ron.
MSM agenda: discredit before 2016 any right of center potential candidate of the R persuasion.
Steffie catches Paul using words used by others. Plagiarism!
Steffie thinks he has a ‘gotcha’ on Paul.
Mitt Romney? Where did they dig up that old RINO fossil.
Note of advice: Put him back into the matrix you chipped him out of.
Doctor Emanuel is a rude as his brother Rahm. Perhaps more rude.
That Emmanuel is an obnoxious a-hole. I’m surprised somebody didn’t off him as a teenager.
Obamacare Debacle - Could More Lose Policies? - Medicaid “Death Spiral” - Foxnews Sunday
Chris Wallace Could Not Believe Dr Ezekeil Emanuel
Obamacare Debacle - Could More Lose Policies? - Medicaid “Death Spiral” - Fox news Sunday
WASHINGTON The architect of the Affordable Care Act insisted on Fox News Sunday that President Obama isnt to blame for the rocky rollout of ObamaCare and deflected charges that the administration misled Americans about being able to keep their current health plans.
Ezekiel Emanuel, a bioethicist, was part of the presidents health care reform team for two years and is the brother of former Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.
We grandfathered in plans, Emanuel said.
Host Chris Wallace pressed Emanuel to defend the growing number of cancellation notices sent to people whose plans changed after the law was implemented, but Emanuel could not.
Instead, he blamed much of the problems on insurance companies and not the new law.
Washington (CNN) - Echoing her Republican colleagues in the Senate, Sen. Kelly Ayotte said Sunday that the entire country needs to slam the brakes on implementing the Affordable Care Act and re-evaluate President Barack Obama’s signature health care law.
“It’s time to call a timeout,” Ayotte told CNN’s Candy Crowley on “State of the Union.”
Calling the rollout of the federal health exchange a singular “mess,” the New Hampshire Republican said the problems with the law run far deeper than the headline-generating failures with the HealthCare.gov website.
Ayotte insisted that, in spite of comments from White House press secretary Jay Carney blaming Republicans for obstructing progress, she is trying to help her constiuents deal with realities under Obamacare - including policy cancellations and rising premiums for some.