"Well, good luck to the Republicans, especially Mitt Romney, in campaigning about taking away now people's health care benefits," fmr. Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D-Michigan) said about the Republican attempt to repeal ObamaCare. "Taking away the ability for people who have preexisting conditions to have access to healthcare. Taking away people's kids
"I don't buy the argument that you make that we lost the election (2010) because of health care," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Cali.) said on NBC's "Meet the Press" this morning. "We lost the election because of 9.5% unemployment. It would have been 15% had Congress and President Obama, under his leadership, [not] passed the Recovery Act,
BILL MAHER, host of Real Time" on HBO: Mitt, if you are serious about winning you have to think outside the box. What about -- hear me out -- Romney/Zimmerman 2012? It’s unorthodox, but who better than George Zimmerman to personify your campaign theme of "I Think The Black Guy's Up To No Good"?
Brit Hume, Liz Marlantes, Shannon Bream and Charles Lane discuss contempt vote of Attorney General Eric Holder.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), chairman of the House Budget Committee, said Sunday that chamber Republicans will repeal the entire law. "I'm very disappointed in the ruling. I think the chief justice had to contort logic and reason to come up with this ruling,” he said. “So one man decided against the dissenting opinion, against what I, you know,
It speaks to a perception. And I don't know how fair it is, I'm not a business analyst. I don't know if Mr. Romney did good things at Bain Capital, but I do know that this is the wrong time to be running as a businessman. It has become something of a dirty word.
On the roundtable: NBC’s Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd; Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson; and the National Review’s Rich Lowry.
Chris Wallace, "FOX News Sunday" host: "This is a tax increase on the middle class of $27 billion over the next ten years." Jack Lew, White House Chief of Staff: "No, what this is is this is a law that says if you can afford insurance and you choose not to buy it and you choose to have your health costs be a burden to others, you'll pay a penalt
Keith Olbermann, George Will, Donna Brazile, Rep. Artur Davis, Terry Moran.
"This is government taking over the entire health insurance industry. The American people do not want to go down this path. They do not want the government telling them what kind of insurance policy they have to buy, and how much they have to pay for it, and if you don't like it we're going to tax you," Speaker of the House John Boehner said on CBS
WALLACE: One of the keys to ObamaCare is that it will extend insurance access to 30 million people who are now uninsured. In your replacement, how would you provide universal coverage? MCCONNELL: Well first let me say the first single thing we can do for the American system is get rid of ObamaCare. … The single biggest direction we can tak