Art Moore, co-author of the best-selling book "See Something, Say Nothing," entered the media world as a PR assistant for the Seattle Mariners and a correspondent covering pro and college sports for Associated Press Radio.
He reported for a Chicago-area daily newspaper and was senior news writer for Christianity Today magazine and an editor for Worldwide Newsroom before joining WND shortly after 9/11.
We had seven years of Obamacare, a change in expectations, and I would predict that in less than seven years, we will be in a single-payer system,” Krauthammer told guest host Chris Wallace.
President Obama and other Democratic leaders have not campaigned for a single-payer system because it has been political poison, but he and others are on the record stating it’s their ultimate objective. Krauthammer noted the irony that Obamacare has failed both functionally, with insurers fleeing a “death spiral,” and politically, with Republicans scoring record gains at the ballot box in four elections.
Friday, July 21, 2017 Obamacare remains the law of the land, but President Trump is calling for repeal after Republicans failed to move a replacement bill through the Senate.
More voters than ever view Obamacare favorably and fewer expect the quality of care to suffer, but most still predict health care costs will keep rising.
(To see survey question wording, click here.) Fifty-five percent (55%) expect the cost of care to go up under Obamacare, though that is down slightly from recent surveys.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 49% of Likely U. Voters now view Obamacare favorably, including 20% who view it Very Favorably.
While these findings are up only slightly from surveys since early 2013, this is the most positive assessment of the law since that time.
And President Trump turned heads Thursday night when he appeared to endorse Australia’s universal health-care system as superior to the U. “But the irony is in the end, I think Obamacare wins the day because it changed expectations,” he said. Sign up for free news alerts from WND.com, America’s independent news network. Republicans are not arguing the free market anymore.
They have sort of accepted the fact that the electorate sees health care as not just any commodity,” Krauthammer explained. It is something people now have a sense that government ought to guarantee.” While modified, popular Obamacare planks such as mandating coverage of pre-existing conditions and “essential health benefits,” and keeping children on their parents plans until age 26 remain in the House GOP plan.