Senator Kay Hagan (D., N.C.) has released a new radio ad (see below) accusing her potential GOP challenger, Thom Tillis, of hypocrisy. The ad is ridiculously dishonest.
According to the ad, Tillis has attacked Hagan for calling the unpopular healthcare law, once known as Obamacare, “a great idea.” Hypocrisy!
Thirty-eight Republican legislators have joined Sen. Ron Johnson’s (R., Wis.) lawsuit against the government’s health care subsidies for members of Congress and staffers, according to the Washington Post.
My must read of the day is “Fox News Poll: Independents more likely to back anti-ObamaCare candidates,” in Fox News.
U.S. intelligence agencies and the Department of Health and Human Services investigated the software used by Obamacare computer networks but did not discover malicious code from Belarus, the HHS’ top information official said on Monday.
The White House and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) solicited millions in donations from private health care companies for a nonprofit organization to promote Obamacare, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spends roughly $123.2 million per year to provide “email services” for its 70,000 employees, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Fifty-six percent of likely voters in competitive U.S. House districts disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance, according to a new poll released by YG Network.
Despite the Obama administration’s declaration of victory in the Obamacare Wars, Republicans still vehemently oppose the law. House Republicans have voted to repeal the law scores of times, top Republican leaders are calling the law a “disaster” and a “catastrophic failure,” and Republicans are expected to campaign heavily on the law’s flaws in this fall’s midterm elections.