Mr. Jonathan Chait takes up this latest chapter of Mr. Brooks' decades-long flight from the withering gaze of factual reality.
This one-trick pony never gets tired of repeating the same lies.
Karl Rove wants the viewers at Fox to believe 30 million workers "isn't a lot."
Fox News just happens to find a former 700 Club producer and anchor willing to attack the Affordable Care Act as a "wealth redistributor."
David Brooks got some push back for his ridiculous assertion that the government is incapable of delivering healthcare from his cohort on Meet the Press, E.J. Dionne.
"The most trusted name in news." Yeah right. If there are still problems with the healthcare.gov web site, it would be nice if CNN would try to report on the ones they didn't cause themselves:
Why does CBS think Bill Kristol needs more air time to spew Republican talking points now that Fox finally got rid of him?
Real Time guests Dan Savage and Paul Begala lay into their Republican cohort Bob Ehrlich over the fact that the ACA he's complaining about originated in Republican think tanks.
Rep. Alan Grayson joined Ed Schultz this Friday to discuss Rep. Darrell Issa's latest stunt, where he's traveling around the country looking to generate more negative press for the Affordable Care Act, but as Grayson reminded Schultz during the interview, the Republicans' supposed "solutions" for Americans to have access to health care are the same as they've always been. Don't get sick and if you get sick, die quickly.
I've heard a lot of concern trolling by the pundits in the media over whether insurance rates are going to rise if not if enough young and healthy people sign up for the exchanges under the Affordable Care Act over the last few months, but this is the first time I've heard anyone explain that there are some protections for the insurance companies written into the law to prevent that from happening.
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