even after the Affordable Care Act, millions of poor Americans will remain uninsured because governors, mainly Republicans, have refused to expand Medicaid
The logical fallacies are strong with this one.
Because $6,700 is real chump change. I know families where both parents work for at least 40 hours a week, and they have outstanding medical bills of just a few thousand dollars that they can't pay. Racking up $6,700 a year, plus the few hundred a month, is only going to make things worse.
This is absolutely NOT helping the people who the administration claimed it would.
So you see every article that might possibly be critical of any tiny facet of the current Administration to be a work of supposed right-wing radicals?
You're part of the problem.
Conservatives like to often bring up that we are a republican [sic], not a democracy. Part of the reason is they never met a poly sci class they could pass, but the other reason i'm sure is they somehow want to equate the name of their party, "republican," as somehow innately better because it's named after what our founders called our form of government.
Because of the way the world of politics and government has evolved, there are multiple types of democracy now. One of those types is a "representative democracy," which is what we have. It is the same thing as a "constitutional republic."
So what you're saying is that we DO have a republic. Thanks for clearing that up.
It's pathetic that you would even dare to compare Thatcher to Stalin.
It's no wonder why you people now live under an oppressive surveillance state.
Once you take in all of the external costs of coal, it is much more expensive.
That's what statists say. But they don't offer any solutions for the people who will freeze to death next winter.