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It turns U_S_-Lawout that plenty of people hate ObamaCare, but love the Affordable Care Act.

Delaware celebrates its first ObamaCare enrollee.

Anti-ObamaCare ad.

The GOP’s income verification concession is meaningless.

The average Canadian family of two parents with two children pays approximately $11,320 in taxes for hospital and physician care through the country’s tax system.

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  1. Jerome says:

    Great job, Steve Lonegan. Glad to see that someone is calling Obama out on his lies.

  2. Wayne says:

    “The GOP’s income verification concession is meaningless.”

    So the shutdown resolution is that Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services Secretary, is going to be responsible for constructing two reports about how ineffective the process is. Hmm..

    • Benny Walters says:

      When the first report is due, she will probably be bribed by Obamacare supporters-if there are any left- to conclude that the system is effective.

  3. JD says:

    “It turns out that plenty of people hate ObamaCare, but love the Affordable Care Act.”

    Marketing means a lot. Affordable Care sounds great! Who wouldn’t want it?

    • Dewaine says:

      I think that a lot of people just don’t want to look like idiots, so they act like they know what they are talking about. Of course, they look like idiots anyway.

    • Bismark says:

      A great representation of how effective our education system is…

  4. JD says:

    “The average Canadian family of two parents with two children pays approximately $11,320 in taxes for hospital and physician care through the country’s tax system.”

    Wow, that’s probably something that many can’t afford.