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Greg Sargent
blogging blogger 67,438 followers
Before: Failure to reach 7 million will=empirical proof of failure. Now: 8 million can only be faked & therefore proof of failure.
GOP base won't have it any other way. Must. Feed. Delusions. RT @RalstonReports: Heller says 8 million signups is "all smoke and mirrors."
Once again, Q is, Will House Rs vote on *their own* proposals to solve immigration? "Distrust of Obama" argument fails laugh test.
Even with 8 million signups, Dems in tough Senate races unlikely to campaign on Ocare: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
Rs: Infrastructure projects are only good for the economy if they aren't paid for by taxing the rich.
Key point @brianbeutler makes here is that forcing Rs to equivocate on repeal agitates their base: newrepublic.com/article/117424…
Nice @ThePlumLineGS post washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… Should've been explicit that the upshot of splintering repeal is to disillusion base voters.
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Despite Obama's suggestion that D candidates get more aggressive on Ocare, I don't expect them to do so: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
The Glorious Obamacare Reckoning fades away: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
Flashback: Way back in July 2013, Boehner said "vast majority" of House Rs wanted to solve our immig problem: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
The next big battle: Get ready for the coming GOP campaign against donor disclosure: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… via @paulwaldman1
Conservatives who want to know how many were previously uninsured are hoping for a very high number of newly insured, right?
Seriously, @WSJ report that John Boehner may still move immigration reform matters, a bit. Here's why washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
Morning Plum: For Repubicans, it will always be October 2013, now and forevah: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
Huge news: Rs now flirting with possibly engaging in constructive policy making on immigration: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
Ocare must be failure by definition MT @LOLGOP: The Ocare news is terrible, if you think millions getting health insurance is terrible.
"Ocare's critics have had a bad week...the news is good, even if Rs can't bring themselves to admit it" washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-a…
It's always October 2013 RT @TheFix: For Republicans, Obama’s Obamacare news changes nothing. wapo.st/1hT86pe pic.twitter.com/8m3B6A2fVw
When it comes to the politics of Obamacare, it's always October 2013.
False. Q is will House Rs act on *their own* proposals MT @Heritage_Action Prez: Why Won’t House Let Me Bully Them into Passing Senate Bill?
RT @charles_gaba: #ACASignups The Graph, updated w/8M exch. QHPs & modified Off-exch. QHPs: acasignups.net/graph pic.twitter.com/hLW36YW4zY