Obama’s Desperate Attempts to Build a Legacy Are Backfiring

We’ve done it. After nearly six years in office we’ve finally found something that sets President Obama apart from all its predecessors. Dana Obeidallah writes for The Daily Beast: While President Obama’s approval ratings may be in the tank, there’s still one arena in which he’s riding high: His use of comedy to taunt and…
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Republicans are Proven Right (Again) on Obamacare’s True Cost

One of the more interesting “debates” over Obamacare was the impact that it was going to have on the deficit. Democrats, including President Obama, were absolutely insistent that it was going to save the federal government money over time. “[Obamacare] is a net reduction of our deficit,” the president said at the Clinton Global Initiative…
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Higher Deficits and Less Care the Predictable Side-Effects of Obamacare

“Our approach would bring down the deficit by as much as $1 trillion over the next two decades” – President Obama, January 2010 in the State of the Union. Obama may have use deficit reduction as one of the primary points in his sales pitch of Obamacare, but conservatives had their doubts all along. Since…
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