Sunday, July 1, 2012
Howard Kurtz interviews SCOTUS Blog's Tom Goldstein to find out how they took their time to read the Supreme Court health care ruling and got the story right before CNN and Fox News.
The conventional wisdom now goes that if you're going to call the individual mandate penalty in the Affordable Care Act a tax increase then with Romneycare, Mitt Romney enacted the biggest tax increase in Massachusetts' history. As evidenced by this morning's political talk shows, both Democrats and Republicans are eagerly waiting to hear how Romney is going to answer this question.
Yes, Howard Dean, how "audacious" do you think it is that Bobby Jindal and his fellow conservative Governors like him are going to deny their constituents Medicaid that's almost 100% paid for by the federal government?
Senator Mitch McConnell knows he wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but he has no idea what he would replace it with.
Chris Wallace: I just want to ask, what specifically are you going to do to provide universal coverage to the 30 million people who are uninsured? Mitch McConnell: That is not the issue.