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Will ObamaCare Make this is Abnormal Election?

  There is nothing like the “power of the incumbency” when it comes to elections for the United States Congress. Members of Congress, United States Senators and Representatives, have resources that challengers do not have.  Those are the “power of the incumbency” when it comes to elections for Congress.  These include huge staffs, office space, name recognition, and, generally, the ...
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Another Member of Congress Warns of ObamaCare IRS Woes

  Representative Diane Black is a Republican Member of Congress from Tennessee. As a member of the United States House of Representatives, Congresswoman Black serves of the House Ways and Means Committee. That is a very prestigious post as it involves taxes, among other issues.  As such, it gives its members such as Representative Black insight into the Internal Revenue ...
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The ObamaCare Threat to the Health Insurance Industry

  In a speech at the Western North Carolina Association of Health Underwriters luncheon, Representative Mark Meadows, a Republican Member of Congress, warned that The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, was a threat to the health insurance industry across the county. Meadows, who represents North Carolina’s 11th District in the United States House of Representatives, campaigned on fighting Obamacare during his first run ...
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Scott Brown: Replace Obamacare with Romneycare

  There have been no shortage of articles calling for the replacement of The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare due to its many flaws such as a loss of jobs in America.  Supporters of The Affordable Care Act claim that the opponents offer no alternative.  Senator Scott Brown, the formes United States Senator from Massachusetts who is now running to ...
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IRS Now has Greater Role for Americans Thanks to ObamaCare!

  There have been more than 30 changes and/or delays to The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, by The Obama Administration. Many of the actions were taken to lessen the impact on ObamaCare supporters in the mid-term Congressional elections in November. Bringing the Internal Revenue Service even more into the everyday life of Americans will not help supporters of The ...
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Federal Reserve Reports Job Loss due to ObamaCare

  The Philadelphia Federal Reserve has reported that more companies are putting workers in a part-time role due to the requirements of The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. In a survey of businesses by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, eighteen percent of those responding reported having fewer workers due to The Affordable Care Act mandating that those putting in ...
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Nothing New, but More Bad News for ObamaCare

  The most recent bad news is that The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, has shaky finances. That was to be expected.  The entire foundation of The Affordable Care Act is flawed.  More health insurance coverage for more goods and services cannot be transacted for less money.  Recent news from the Federal Reserve and the Internal Revenue Service confirm this, ...
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“6 Reasons Obamacare can win the Senate for the GOP”

  “6 Reasons Obamacare can win the Senate for the GOP” blared the headline for an article in The Fiscal Times by Liz Peek. Based on the elections so far, that certainly looks plausible for November 4 when Americans go to the polls. Supporters of The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, have lost in every election this year.  ObamaCare does ...
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Covering Up will Not Improve ObamaCare

  Many articles have detailed how The Obama Administration has delayed or changed The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, more than 30 times.  A motivating force behind that is to help ObamaCare supporters in the November elections.  Now The Obama Administration is refusing to release documents about the software behind HealthCare.Gov, the Federal website that been plagued with problems. It ...
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ER Visits Another Costly ObamaCare Miscalculation

  It was promised that The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, would not only provide more health insurance with more coverage and more benefits for more people, but that it would also lower health care costs in the United States.  A major reason that would happen despite the obvious conflict is that emergency room visits by Americans would decline dramatically ...
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