"Absolutely not," Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) said when asked if the state of Louisiana will create health care exchanges that will assist those without coverage to find an affordable plan, a key step to implementing ObamaCare. "We declared over a year ago we were not going to do the exchanges. We said immediately after the Courts' ruling we're not go
"I think it turns out he’s extremely political -- to my great chagrin. I think he reads the media. I think the libs know that and the libs, like the mob, will be in for the next decision. This is just the first. They're going to want more from him," nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin told Neil Cavuto on Monday's broadcast of hi
DNC chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) says the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the "easiest, most basic way" to enforce President Obama's health care law. However, Wasserman Schultz insists the fee associated with the law is not a "tax" but a penalty. Wasserman Schultz says the IRS, which is responsible for collecting taxes, s
CURRENT TV: Former Politico reporter Joe Williams says his firing by the news organization is a symptom of a right wing noise machine that targets perceived liberal bias in the press. Williams says of the right wing
"I think this attempt, as you just heard, to be consistent and logical on the issue is a mistake," syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said about senior Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom not believing the individual mandate is a tax. "Even Chief Justice Roberts, in his opinion, is totally twisted in trying to decide if it's a tax or a penalty. In
"He does not want you to have the self-esteem of getting up and earning, and having that title of American. He'd rather you be his slave," Rep. Allen West (R-FL) said Sunday at a campaign event in his district. (source: WPTV-TV, West Palm Beach)
Bill Whittle's YouTube description: Yes, the Obamacare ruling was a heart-breaker. It was a disaster -- no two ways around it. But if you need a pep talk, Bill is your man. Find out what we do NOW!
Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) calls a reporter stupid for asking an off-topic political question at a press conference about a broken water pipe that cut off the water supply to portions of central New Jersey. "Did I say on topic? Are you stupid?" Gov. Christie said to the reporter who asked a question about the state's legislature
"Many Americans say they're unhappy about the health care law, but the the popularity of the law is something of a red herring. Sometimes, government must lead. Sometimes, government must demand people accept change they’re not yet ready for. Those are the moments when leaders with vision can change society and create the crescendos of history. I
CHUCK TODD, NBC NEWS: I think we're talking around each other. The governor does not believe the mandate is a tax, that’s what you’re saying? ERIC FEHRNSTROM, ROMNEY CAMPAIGN: The governor believes that what we put in place in Massachusetts was a penalty and he disagrees with the Court’s ruling that the mandate was a tax. TODD: But he a
"What they're trying to do, I imagine, is engage -- you know, a large number of the folks who support President Obama but have been sitting on the sidelines," Bill Burton of Priorities USA, the Super PAC backing Obama. Burton previously served as deputy press secretary at the White House under Barack Obama. "They look at Mitt Romney and say, 'Ye
A new web ad from the Super PAC American Crossroads shows how ObamaCare will raise taxes.
"It's a disaster and obviously it would have been better if it was knocked out, but Justice Roberts wanted to be loved by the Washington establishment. And by the way, he is now loved," Donald Trump said about Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts' decision to uphold the individual mandate in President Obama's health care reform bill.
Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Cali.) posted a video of her dancing to the popular song "Call Me Maybe" in her Congressional office, with her interns, on her official YouTube channel. From the YouTube description: Inspired by the Harvard baseball team's parody video of "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepson, Rep. Sanchez' 2012 summer interns directed and