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Democrats flood the airwaves with ads supporting ObamaCare
Not to replace Congress in the Affordable Care Act, as the premiums rise; Peter Doocy reports from Washington.
As the landscape for the midterm election takes shape, the Democrats hope to find success in the year 2018 to protect by means of seizure, a law was signed, eight years ago.
The same law was ObamaCare declared former Vice-President Joe Biden, a “big f—ing business”.
Democratic candidates have already airwaves flooded with 9,600 show their support for the Affordable Care Act, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Now, party leaders framing the upcoming battle over President Trump’s next Supreme Court nominee as one, which is really about President Obama’s signature legislative achievement.
“He’s looking for someone on the course, make sure that the rule that the Affordable Care Act is the protection of people with pre-existing conditions is unconstitutional,” Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said on “Fox News Sunday.” “That means thousands, if not millions of Americans lose their health insurance.”
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, in a similar warned on Twitter on Monday that one of the judges, the President of Trump’s short-list would be pre-existing votes to “strike down protection in the ACA.”
It’s almost a year ago, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., the repeal-and-replace effort, voted against his party, with a dramatic early-morning thumbs-down, left long-standing legislator was gasping for air.
The down is a thumb, and that fight still comes to the election, as President Trump stumps for GOP candidates.
“It was a very sad day for the country if this vote was cast,” Trump said in June.
But Republican lawmakers dispute arguments suggesting, to make their efforts to undo ObamaCare completely fruitless.
“We eliminated the individual mandate, the said to buy the people, by the government, insurance approved,” said Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyoming. “In a sense, there is a huge hole in ObamaCare blew up.”
It is a potential elections, landmine is ahead for the Republicans in the hope that their majorities in the house of representatives and the Senate, even though that increases the premium.
“We have to go through another round just before the election, what is the GOP nervous,” said John C. Goodman, President of the Goodman Institute. “Since the beginning of the premiums in the individual markets have doubled and tripled in most places.”
Fox News’ Chris Wallace contributed to this report.
Peter Doocy is currently a Washington, DC-based correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in 2009 as a General assignment reporter based in New York office.