I don’t even care if Gardner owns up to his pathetic and aggravating deception after being caught red-handed fretting over Republican seats in Congress during next year’s mid-term election. And I don’t care if he apologizes for doubling down on his nonsensical mendacity after being busted and outed. I just want him to stop
Tuesday’s GOP brinkmanship highlights the political madness in Washington, where our own elected representatives are not only poised, but eager, to undermine our wellbeing for the sake of winning a political argument
Somebody has to lose for consumers to gain. It’s not complicated nor mysterious. It’s simple economics. Somebody has to make less money for what they’re doing right now. Drug companies,doctors, hospitals, bed-pan makers. If they don’t make less, then we pay more
All the uncertainty is making people covered under the health care law uneasy. Millions previously uninsured have gotten coverage. The nation’s uninsured rate is about 9 percent, a historic low.