President Obama’s own administration isn’t abiding by his signature legislation.
When a conservative alternative that addresses both costs and coverage is put into play, Americans support the repeal of Obamacare by an overwhelming margin.
A national poll by McLaughlin & Associates (including 37% Democrats and 32% Republicans) finds that Americans strongly prefer a conservative alternative to Obamacare—and, in the context of such an alternative, prefer repeal by nearly 2-to-1.
Under a winning alternative, costs would drop, liberty would be secured, and any American who wants to buy health insurance would be able to do so.
The case against Obamacare is as strong as ever: It has smoke-and-mirrors funding, creates a socially perverse array of winners and losers, undermines jobs and prosperity, restricts choices, and increases costs.
The American people’s opinion on Obamacare hasn’t changed—they hate it as much as they did four years ago and are ready for an alternative.
As a recent study indicates, the middle class doesn’t flourish in liberal strongholds.
You’d never know it from the White House, academic conferences, or the press corps, but the decline of marriage may be the main cause of income inequality.
A public trustee for Social Security and Medicare explains why Obamacare may well be “the greatest act of fiscal irresponsibility ever committed by federal legislators”—and why it’s getting even worse during implementation.