What about the improved health of millions of Americans. Please tell us what works better than the GOP plan of using emergency rooms for healthcare to all these people.
So as usual shep you find a small exception and although it is important, it is a very small microcosm of the larger picture.
The bottom line is that the GOP still after what 4-5 years still have come up with one plan that is better.
Bottom line: the law’s defenders have successes they can point to and data to back up the assertion that the Affordable Care Act is doing its job. Its opponents, on the other hand, still can’t explain why their preferred vision is preferable to the reality of Obamacare.
The latest addition to the “Obamacare is working” evidence pile comes courtesy of the National Center for Health Statistics, which released a report Tuesday morning looking at the uninsured rates nationally and in 37 states over the first nine months of 2015. According to NCHS, the number of adults lacking insurance has plummeted since 2013, when many of the Affordable Care Act’s major provisions went into effect. “In the first 9 months of 2015, 28.8 million persons of all ages (9.1%) were uninsured at the time of interview – 7.2 million fewer persons than in 2014 and 16.0 million fewer than in 2013.”
As you read this, Republican voters in New Hampshire are tromping off to their polling places to vote for candidates who promise that, as president, they’ll do away with the Affordable Care Act. Their reasons for wanting to wipe out Obamacare are many and hyperbolic: it’s a “job-killer,” it doesn’t work, it’s hurting American families, it’s denying people coverage, and so forth. These rote talking points form the backbone of conservative and Republican opposition to Barack Obama’s signature policy achievement, and the criticisms persist despite ever-growing mounds of evidence that they are, in fact, wrong.
Well they say that making food is an expression of love and happiness. Considering this, it is little wonder that Walmart came last, nearly with all their labor problems.
It great to see working Americans getting g a fair shake, this is the example that Walmart needs to follow. Workers working together with success and being rewarded, to bad this never happens for Walmart workers.
Great article in Forbes and the last sentence summed it up rather smartly; Apparently, the managerial revolution that has swept the American enterprise world missed Walmart.
Why do their worker have the most protests, every year, they now have hunger strikes, even mass marches, all saying management treatment and their pay is so bad. Lately It has become so bad that Walmart was busted for illegally firing workers and even Congress released a report showing how Walmart workers are costing taxpayer over 6 Billion per year in welfare.
I have yet to see why it is so great, having the highest employee turnover is certainly even more proof that these people, who post so much hate and disdain against these workers have yet to make a creditable case.
No you are, all you want to do is to keep them on welfare. I'm glad these welfaremart shareholders are getting negative returns, they deserve it.
Kind of makes you feel good that this anti-American company and its supporters are to so poorly.