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originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: MOMof3
a reply to: Libertygal
Give it to the oil subsidies now. Congratulations conservatives.
Still the blame game.
Try blaming all the Democrats that passed the damn thing in the first place.
All concerned were warned about this chaos.
Zero Republicans voted for the PPACA. Zero.
So why did Democrats screw it up all by themselves ?
The courts are declaring Obama.Care unConstitutional one chunk at a time.
Prepare for the worst if you are involved.
Obama will seek a rath of vengeance at our expense.
Obama administration officials said that an exchange established by the federal government was, in effect, established by a state because the secretary of health and human services was standing “in the shoes” of states when she established exchanges.
Federal executive branch officers can act on behalf of the legislative branch in each of the states. This is a shocking coup attempt against federalism, republican governance, the separation of powers and the Constitution itself.
why are you even on this website, you don't give a damn about poor or middle class Americans, you have nothing positive to say about any American, other than the extremely wealthy. it sounds like you are deliberately trying to get Americans to turn against each other, to bring this country down.
originally posted by: damwel
I assume you mean the SCOTUS that found Obamacare constitutional. It's not going anywhere and the longer it goes the more of you are going to look foolish for supporting corporate America over individuals.
A federal appeals court delivered a potentially serious setback to President Barack Obama's health care law Tuesday.
The Obama administration immediately declared that those policyholders will keep getting financial aid for their premiums as it seeks review of the ruling. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the decision would have "no practical impact" on tax credits as the case works its way through further court appeals.
The administration is expected to seek a hearing from the full 11-member appeals court.