Commentary on current events, politics, government, and popular culture from John Sheirer, author of the book, Make Common Sense Common Again.

Monday, November 17, 2014

There's no such thing as "Republicancare."

So 100,000 people signed up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act--on the first day of the new enrollment period last week.

Dear Republican friends, please tell us again about what a failure Obamacare is.

By the way, we don't mind calling it "Obamacare" because Obama cares. There's not such thing as "RepublicanCare." And try to say "McConnellcare," "Boehnercare," "Cruzcare," or "Christiecare" without laughing. Even Mitt Romney has pretty much disavowed "Romneycare." The only thing Republicans will ever try to bring us is "Corporationcare" or "Wealthycare," which is what we've had for too many years and is the reason we needed reform in the first place.

Read about the 100,000 first-day signups here.


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