The issue continues now that I am at NPR. Already, the GOP candidates are branding Democratic proposals a step on the road to socialized medicine while they offer incremental steps such as tax breaks to expand coverage and make it more affordable.
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It should be noted that the person often credited for coining Obamneycare, former presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty, has endorsed his former rival. But the GOP has already started a repeal of the law, and president-elect Donald Trump is pressing for repeal-and-replace as soon as possible. Timothy Noah wrote a series for Slate about "the health care primary," beginning June 19 with " Obamacare: This article is from the archive of our partner The Wire. Maggie Fox. The critics are right in hearing the common use of the term, and not just by people interviewed on-air, but by hosts and reporters too.
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I sympathize with the critics' concern for fairness, but I am afraid that I no longer agree with them. Congressional Republicans find themselves bitterly divided during their August recess over Obamacare. The Washington Post reports that health care reform advocates are looking to put a positive spin on the word Obamacare, using the term in their campaign to tout the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
What they don't agree on is how to end it. New and Improved ," and " McCaincare: It will be government-managed care.
But what may change is who gets blamed for the continued shortcoming of a U. Don't Tell Me!
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Obamacare had only begun to scratch the surface of turning around one of the most obvious problems of U. Politics U. Free Republic posters want to claim credit.