Analysis: GOP can no longer look to court to repeal Obamacare


WASHINGTON — It’s clear now that any overhaul of the Affordable Care Act will have to come through the political system, not the court. And repeal-minded Republicans face trouble generating a mandate for change. Republicans were hoping the court would decide against this key part of the law — and in turn give the party momentum…

Posted: June 25th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, SCOTUS, U.S. Supreme Court | Tags: , , , , , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Analysis: GOP can no longer look to court to repeal Obamacare”

  1. j sinagra said at 3:15 pm on June 25th, 2015:

    45 percent of Americans believe it’s time to move on? Moare likely because that 45% dosen’t have to worry about paying it. Ask those that are on it how much cheaper it is. They are paying more and receiving. Most will never see their deductible kick in as the deductible is set so high. The only ones that make out are the ones on welfare, medicaid and the illegals who have nothing.

    It is time to defund it and put it out of business.

  2. Tom Stokes said at 4:23 pm on June 25th, 2015:

    First, eliminate the IRS by going to a simpler (fair, flat) tax.

    Second, through the power of the purse, eliminate the subsidies.

    Allow insurance to be sold over state lines.

    Reduce the costs of insurance by going to a workers’ comp type of system for medical malpractice claims. Eliminate the game for the lawyers.

    That will be a real start to repeal and replace SCOTUScare.

  3. Tom Stokes said at 2:32 pm on June 26th, 2015:

    Why are the members of the Supreme Court and their stafffs exempt from Obamacare? Force them to enroll in this monstrosity now being referred to as SCOTUScare. Let them feel how many other Americans feel about this.