Posts Tagged ‘Repeal’

  • The Burr-Coburn-Hatch Proposal

    The Burr-Coburn-Hatch alternative to Obamacare is a strong proposal both substantively and politically, and conservatives should spread the word that it addresses costs, coverage, and preexisting conditions—and thus can help bring down Obamacare.

    The Weekly Standard, January 28, 2014
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    A Winning Alternative to Obamacare

    A winning alternative to Obamacare needs to solve the three core concerns that Americans had with our health-care system even before Obamacare was passed—but as important as what an alternative would do is what it wouldn’t do.

    The Weekly Standard, February 10, 2014
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    Memo on Senators’ Obamacare Alternative

    A newly released proposal from three senior Republican senators marks a welcome development in the crucial quest to bring about Obamacare’s full repeal.

    The 2017 Project, January 27, 2014
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    Unwinding Obamacare

    Republicans should use the ever-decreasing popularity of Obamacare to their advantage in this political cycle and seize the opportunity to push legislation that will pave the way to full repeal.

    The Weekly Standard, January 27, 2014
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    The Genealogy of Obamacare

    With its top-down central planning, which is fundamentally at odds with our Madisonian system, Obamacare repeats the mistakes of the first New Deal—and therefore must be repealed, not “fixed.”

    The Weekly Standard, January 13, 2014
  • How Unpopular Has Obamacare Become?

    The more voters get to know Obamacare, the less they like it—with recent exit polls in Virginia and New Jersey showing Obamacare’s sinking popularity.

    The Weekly Standard, November 11, 2013
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    Nebraska Senate Candidate Calls for Repealing the ‘Obamacare Worldview’

    Ben Sasse takes dead aim at Obamacare and talks about how to wrestle power from the “insider, permanent political class” and return it to individuals, families, and local communities.

    The Weekly Standard, October 10, 2013
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    Roll It Back

    Despite liberals' absurd claim that Obamacare is irrevocable and that opposing it is untoward, the GOP should redouble its efforts to advance an alternative and repeal the wildly unpopular overhaul.

    The Weekly Standard, October 7, 2013
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    Taking Aim at Obamacare’s Coercive Core

    In two keys ways—one psychological, the other functional—delaying Obamacare’s individual mandate would help pave the path to full repeal.

    The Weekly Standard, September 28, 2013
  • Going, Going, Gone

    Obamacare hinges on forcing young people to buy prepaid health care at inflated prices; a GOP alternative should focus on enabling all people to buy real health insurance at affordable prices.

    The Weekly Standard, September 2, 2013
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    Delay, Repeal, Replace


    In the fight to repeal and replace Obamacare, Republicans now have a prime opportunity to back a reasonable delay and advance a winning alternative.

    The Weekly Standard, February 4, 2013
  • Repeal

    Obamacare, by design, is nearly impossible to amend into a workable system and, therefore, calls for wholesale repeal to make way for real healthcare reform.

    The Weekly Standard, April 5, 2010
  • The Replacement

    A three-pronged GOP alternative—one that lowers costs, offers tax credits to the uninsured (to fix the unfairness in the tax code), and uses community pools to address preexisting conditions—can beat Obamacare.

    The Weekly Standard, February 14, 2011