John Boehner & Affordable Care Act

John Andrew Boehner (born , 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare, is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The law (along with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010) is the principal health care reform legislation of the 111th United States Congress. 5.0/5

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ICYMI: Sean Hannity said John Boehner “has proven he’s not up for the job” as speaker of the House, citing the rising national debt, passage of the Affordable Care Act and Cromnibus budget deal. Do you think Boehner will be re-elected as speaker? Watch and weigh in:
Two months ago, Mitch Mcconnell and John Boehner suddenly started talking about "restoring the 40 hour workweek," which they said the Affordable Care Act had destroyed. It was misleading.
During the entire two-year term, 2012-2014, the House was in session just 34 weeks of 104, and lawmakers spent much of their time trying – without success to push back on the Affordable Care Act and other of President Barack Obama’s initiatives. Way to go John Boehner. What are these Bozo's getting paid to do?
One last thing before I leave this era This midterm election was a complete repudiation of Obama's presidency. No matter what the Obamabots want to say about it, he failed you and you failed. He had a FDR mandate and spent it playing two year midterm and reelection games and came out with a total fail. John Boehner has vowed to end the Affordable Care Act, and even as he probably can't get it done now, he can make life very difficult for a lot of people. On reading Chuck Todd's "The Stranger.", a lot of what happened is crystal clear. He listened to a lot of Washington insiders and pundits after he beat Hillary Clinton. He lied about being a progressive to beat Hillary, and this lie kept becoming more and more obvious to his once active voters. They decided to stop caring. A lot of his compatriots didn't want him around their campaigns in the end, and one was scared to even say she voted for him. It made her lose. People pretend as these things don't matter, as if politics is some abstract thin ...
SOUND LIKE ANY Tea Party GOVERNOR WE KNOW? *The Koch Brothers are uber-wealthy billionaires who want to repeal the Affordable Care Act(Obamacare), dismantle unions, repeal environmental protection laws, stop people from voting, privatize Social Security, prevent any increase to the minimum wage -- the list goes on and on. *Senator McConnell and Speaker Boehner are working very *** the Koch Brothers' agenda. As you can very well see they are no longer working for the American Families. Mitch Mcconnell and John Boehner have sold out to the Koch Brothers.
So, let me see if I have this straight. The treasonous, obstructive Repubs in the House, led by the one man who truly makes me ashamed of being from Ohio, John Boehner, have voted to sue the President. Now the crux of the lawsuit is that the President failed to fully implement the Affordable Care Act. This is the same law that these same do-nothing anal orifices have voted over 50 times to repeal, failing each time. This kind of posturing and grandstanding is precisely why this congress has the lowest approval ratings in history. The suit will go nowhere and be dismissed, but not until it costs taxpayers a couple of million dollars. Thanks Speaker Boehner, you fake-tanned crying piece of slime. All you've done is given us Democrats another reason to raise funds to defeat all Repubs in the upcoming elections around the country.
Unbelieveable news! In a move of total solidarity and compassion for the hardships on the American people, John Boehner and Harry Reid passed late night legislation that elimates funding for the entire Legislative Branch of Government! Hence forth they will all serve as volunteers and will not accept compensation! Also, the American troups have all been recalled from their oversees bases and will be posting guard along the northern and southern borders. Likewise the TSA, NSA and Treasury Agents of the IRS will be relieving local School Crossing Guards. The Affordable Care Act has been repealed. All people within the United Startes are hence forth required to carry and show photo ID's when voting and applying for assistance. One more thing ...April Fool!!!
My two-bit thought of the day! - The Republican Party of America, that Grand Old Party of Abe Lincoln and Ike Eisenhower, under the visionary leadership of John Boehner, is about to vote FOR THE 50TH TIME (THAT'S 5-0) since the Affordable Care Act became the Law of the land, to accept the fact THAT BABIES BORN IN THE WORLD's MOST MEDICALLY-ADVANCED COUNTRY, the United States of America, are 20% MORE LIKELY TO DIE before making it to their first birthday THAN ANY OTHER DEVELOPED COUNTRY ON EARTH! For the 50th time Boehner and his bone-headed buddies (if anyone has a more accurate description please put it out there) are about to vote to accept the fact that YOU, the citizens of the wealthiest, most medically-advanced country on the planet, CAN EXPECT TO DIE on average 3 YEARS YOUNGER than the citizens of other developed countries. And there's absolutely nothing they're planning to do about it! But the good news is that the GOP is fighting hard to make sure that wealthy Americans avoid paying their fair ...
FACT CHECK ALERT: The official Republican response to President Obama’s State of the Union -- delivered on national television to millions of people -- centered around a FAKE Obamacare horror story. That’s right, the story that Republican Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers told to the nation about “Bette in Spokane” facing a premium increase of “nearly $700” under the Affordable Care Act was a lie. This comes after a long string of false Obamacare horror stories from John Boehner and his Republican cronies. We can’t let these House Republicans get away with blatantly misleading the American people. Here’s the facts on McMorris Rogers’s tall tale in her State of the Union response: The Spokesman Review reported that “Bette in Spokane” was not forced to pay $700 more a month. In fact, she had other, cheaper health care options available in Washington through the health exchanges -- she simply chose not to avail herself of those options. Bette never spoke with McMorris Rodgers’s office to te ...
Robert Reich comments: "That yesterday’s budget agreement is being hailed as the start of a new era of bipartisanship shows how low our expectations have fallen. It’s a minor agreement that puts off the worst of the sequester cuts for two years but doesn’t extend unemployment benefits, or close tax loopholes for the rich, or invest in new jobs. As the House goes home for the holidays, the 113th Congress has accomplishing nothing on immigration reform, gun safety, the minimum wage, the environment, campaign-funding disclosure, or the nation's crumbling infrastructure. Tea-Party Republicans got slapped down yesterday by House Republican leaders but they’re still calling many of the shots, allowing John Boehner and Paul Ryan to play good cops to their bad cops and thereby pushing American politics ever further right. Tea Partiers in Republican-led states, meanwhile, are doing what they can to undermine the Affordable Care Act – allowing insurance companies to violate it, hobbling enrollment, and re ...
Yesterday, House Speaker John Boehner went online and signed up for Obamacare. (Yes, really.) Maybe it was a publicity stunt that backfired -- all we know is John Boehner is now another Affordable Care Act success story. (According to this report, he's probably getting a pretty good deal.) This is one to share far and wide -- let folks know how Obamacare is working, even for one of its biggest opponents:
On Thursday, November 21, 2013, Ohio Representative and Speaker of the House John Boehner decided it would be a good time to try and continue to hammer President Obama over the Affordable Care Act and the issues with healthcare.gov. Initially, his stunt...
imagine this John Boehner enrolled in Obamacare (Affordable Care Act)
Republican House Speaker John Boehner signs up for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) !
looks like the most affordable Affordable Care Act option for John Boehner comes in at just under 2% of his income
Irony is, at times funny and at other times just sad. John Boehner is a slave to the Tea Party and, now, a symbol of the success of the Affordable Care Act. Now that's deeply funny.
John "The *** Boehner is the only real problem with the Affordable Care Act...let's get rid of the problem...Vote No GOP
Why do conservatives seemingly take great pride in seeing the Affordable Care Act (i.e, ObamaCare) fail or that nearly fifty million Americans go without any form of health insurance? Do they not understand that every person who has health insurance pays a higher premium to offset the costs associated with the uninsured going to the emergency room for their health care, which is by far the most costly form of treatment, since we all know that hospitals are not eating their expenses, choosing instead to pass along this cost to the insurance companies? As a nation, we currently pay twice the health care cost, yet receive half the benefits as most every other industrialized nation. Study after study ranks America’s health care system as among the worst of all other industrialized nations. Yet, it was only just last week that House Speaker John Boehner, who is my Representative, had the audacity to claim that America has the best health care in the world. Maybe he is confused, thinking all Americans hav ...
Before President Barack Obama delivered his announcement on administrative fixes to the Affordable Care Act , House Speaker John Boehner held a press conference of his own.
Bill Clinton says Obama should honor health care promise Former President Bill Clinton believes that President Obama should keep his promise that those who liked their health insurance coverage before the Affordable Care Act became law could keep that coverage -- even if it means changing the law, he said in a recent interview. In an interview with the online magazine Ozy, Mr. Clinton said, "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got." The White House said Tuesday that Mr. Obama agrees with Mr. Clinton. "The answer is yes," White House spokesman Jay Carney responded when asked if the president agrees with Mr. Clinton's comments, adding, "The president has tasked his team with looking at a range of options, as he said, to make sure nobody is put in a position where their plans are canceled" and their new options are too costly. Carney continued, "He's very interested in try ...
After Republicans spent their time during last week's hearings demanding apologies for the problems with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, Bill Moyers asked if it would be "fair to expect just a morsel of apology from the right as well?" I wouldn't be holding my breath for one any time soon: Bill Moyers Essay: Obamacare: The Right Wing’s Alamo. BILL MOYERS: During the Republican hearings on the meltdown of ObamaCare’s website, Representative David McKinley of West Virginia knew what he wanted. REP. DAVID McKINLEY: I haven’t heard one of you apologize to the American public. […] Are apologies not in order? […] I’ve just, I’ve not heard the word, I’m sorry. […] Apologize. […] I don’t understand why there’s not an apology. […] But, I apologize. I haven’t heard that from any one of the four of you. BILL MOYERS: He got it. MARILYN TAVENNER: I want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. KATHLEEN SEBELIUS: You deserve better. I apologize. BILL ...
If the Affordable Care Act is their Waterloo, does that make John Boehner the Dancing Queen?
House Speaker John Boehner exaggerated when he said the 2.3 percent medical device excise tax in the Affordable Care Act “is costing us tens of thousands of jobs that are being shipped overseas.” It’s true that companies have announced the elimination of several thousand positions — worldwide, not j...
[Warning to my conservative friends who have been enjoying my baseball posts of late: I'm switching to political football, so this one might not go down as easy] Here's what I think President Obama should go on television and say to the American people: I understand the desire of the American people to see our two major parties sit down and resolve their differences, get our government working again, and take care of our obligations so we don't damage our recovery. I also want Americans to know that I will not be averse to modifying the Affordable Care Act. I have always known it would need to be changed once it was clear where its weaknesses are. All programs need modification, and the changes the health care law will need will become apparent once it is implemented and has had time to take effect. Changing the law was always part of the plan. So I feel the need to explain to all of you why I will not sit down right now, under these circumstances, with John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, or any other memb ...
"... But having lived in hospitals with Mason for months, I have seen that bad things — accidents, freak illnesses — happen to smart, cautious and otherwise undeserving people. It’s one thing we all have in common. We are fragile beings. So what is wrong with allowing us to purchase a financial safety net? What’s so un-American about that? "If I could get John Boehner and Ted Cruz on a conference call, I would explain this to them. I would tell them that, while they were busy trying to derail the Affordable Care Act over the past two years, Mason has again learned to walk, talk, eat and shoot a three-point basket."
People must understand, our national stature, credit rating and economy simply cannot be undermined by a radical 65 republican representatives any longer. They now want to eliminate dept of education, dept of energy, EPA, Consumer Finance Protection, install the enviromentally destructive crude tar-oil Keystone Pipeline, and not fund Social Security, disability and veteran benefits unless Affordable Care Act is defunded and delayed!! *** I firmly believe the democrats should rescind the 987 offer and up the budget to 12.2 again, raise corparate tax rate to 41%, close oil company tax loopholes, and re-install the business mandate on Affordable Care Act! Then say now we are ready to negotiate!! Those 65 like John Boehner, Ted Yoho, Tom Osborne, Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul and Michelle Bachman should be recalled!! They lost the 2012 election for President, if they want to change things, better luck in 2016!! Rather than try to repeal ACA 41 times, why not spend 41 times trying to improve the law?? When 1 ...
Iam ThatIam to Speaker John Boehner: My Fellow Republicans, Every one of us should be ashamed of the performance of our Speaker of the House of Representatives, JOHN BOEHNER (“Rep.” Ohio’s 8th Dist.) This man was supposed to be a leader for his party and simply play his role in the US House of Representatives. He is expected to perform some pretty basic functions. His duty is to basically set the majority party’s legislative agenda. If Boehner is setting the Republican agenda in the House of Representatives, then the Republican agenda must be to DEFUND ObamaCare by causing a GOVERNMENT DEFAULT. -Unless….John Boehner does not believe in the legislative process he leads. I think it’s time that he learns some responsibility. He needs to clean up his mess of a job before he gets sent back home in 2014. Respect is what I’m referring to. How can this party respect someone who has decreased the public’s approval rating of Congress to 10%. And he just stands there and blames someone else or someth ...
This is what I emailed to John Boehner's office tonight. I'm sure he'll read it: Re: The real meaning of FREEDOM A number of people in this country see things through a rigid paradigm: government or freedom. And yes, government can take away freedom. In the 1930s in Germany, government took away freedom. But in the case of healthcare and insurance in America, it has been private industry that has inhibited freedom. The insurers set the limits. If I was sick, even I just had taken something like anti-depressants once, I had a pre-existing condition and could not get insurance. My freedom was inhibited. If I had a job that offers insurance, I couldn't leave it and pursue another job that would be more my choice, if that latter job did not offer me insurance. It was a choice: my freedom or having my medication covered. My freedom of choice in this country has been inhibited by the private insurers all my adult life. The Affordable Care Act, yes, the GOVERNMENT, has stepped in, and is the only thing strong en ...
I just seen a commercial that was blaming the government shut down on the DEMOCRATS and left a number for people to call to sign a petition to defund "Obamacare" ARE YOU FRIGGN KIDDING ME?? First off, it's REPUBLICAN John Boehner who is behind the shut down. He's forcing us into a shut down because he doesn't like "Obamacare". which is a law that was passed THREE years ago. Obama had been offering to talk it over with any one since January, low and behold the act goes into affect and this stupid, spoiled brat of a speaker is trying to pin the shut down on the president. Second off, it's called "The Affordable Care Act" LOOK IT UP before you post on here about how forcing insurance companies to offer cheaper health care options... or making companies who have over 50 employees offer health care is going to "ruin this country". The Affordable Care act GIVES BUSINESSES HELP in the same way it does for us in the private sector. If anything, this act will make it so that i can get my INFECTED TOOTH treated, s ...
PCH POLITICS: House Republican Speaker John Boehner claims the "Affordable Care Act" (ObamaCare) should be delayed and revised because survey polls say "THE PEOPLE want it changed." QUESTION: Why does he not take the same stand regarding "Gun Legislation?"
Monday night, nine Congressional Democrats showed solidarity -- with John Boehner. They sided with Boehner and the Tea Party Republicans in their attempt to delay the Affordable Care Act -- which of course they know they can't actually do. What they can do -- and did -- was shut down the government. We want better government, not no government at all. Tell these nine Representatives that they've made a big mistake. Sign our letter telling Reps. Kyrsten Sinema, Ron Barber, John Barrow, Steven Horsford, Dan Maffei, Sean Patrick Maloney, Jim Matheson, Mike McIntyre and Raul Ruiz that it's wrong to side with the Tea Party bullies trying to stop Obamacare. The government shutdown has already closed HeadStart programs, furloughed workers and even closed medical trials for young cancer patients. And that's just the beginning -- the longer this shutdown continues, the worse it will get, for all of us. Politicians on Capitol Hill need to remember they work for real working peopl
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“There are not the votes in the House to pass a clean C.R.,” John Boehner said this morning on the ABC News program “This Week,” referring to a continuing resolution to fund the government without de-funding or delaying the Affordable Care Act. And “we’re not going to pass a clean debt limit increase,” meaning that Republicans will not vote to pay the nation's bills unless the Act is delayed or repealed. Those of you, and in the mainstream media, who continue to blame both Republicans and Democrats for this impasse should take note. Democrats can be faulted for many things. But this direct assault on our democracy is entirely the Republicans' handiwork. Never before has one party insisted that a law of the land be altered or repealed or it shuts the government and refuses to honor the nation's full faith and credit. The assault is being led by an extremist faction of Republicans that hates the United States government. It is being fueled by Fox News and right-wing yell radio, exploiting the ...
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said the way to reopen the partially shut U.S. government is for Democrats to negotiate with him and accept changes that would produce "fairness" under the Affordable Care Act. Boehner, speaking to reporters after a private meeting with House...
Democrats have made 18 separate attempts since April to create a conference committee on the budget, as Boehner now proposes. Republicans blocked every one of them. if Boehner truly wanted the government shutdown to end, he could make it happen within minutes. At least 20 House Republicans have publicly signaled that they would support the Senate’s proposal for a “clean” continuing resolution to fund the government for six months — enough for a majority when combined with the 200 Democratic representatives — all of whom would vote for a clean CR only reason the government is shut down is that John Boehner won’t hold a vote on reopening it without any preconditions that damage the Affordable Care Act. Polls disagree with the Speaker t. According to a Quinnipiac poll released Tuesday, voters oppose blocking an increase in the debt ceiling as a negotiating tactic to stop the Affordable Care Act, by a 64 to 27 percent margin. +*Failing to raise the debt ceiling by October 17 would almost certainly ...
Harry Reid to John Boehner: “I hated the Iraq War. I think I hated it as much as you hate the Affordable Care Act”
It is comical that the Affordable Care Act receives so much negative feedback just for its common name Obamacare. The ignorance of the makeshift Tea Party as well as our current members in the US government is quite visible as they begin to shut down solely due to the fact that none of them want to see something successful come of our first African American president. If eyes were opened from this rich get richer mentality they would see that this will have no affect or impact on their life in any way,shape or form. This will provide reasonable healthcare to lower income citizens that otherwise would have nothing. Yes it may have an impact on business owners, but, employees should have been receiving these benefits long before this mess occurred. And how can John Boehner be so opinionated about this subject, he worked in a bar for most of his life.. ..that's a real credible representative if you ask me.
It's midnight, EDT, and two things have just occurred. John Boehner has officially become a terrorist who has shown that he has no control over his GOP caucus, and no regard for the American people. He is a consummate coward. AND, the Affordable Care Act is now the official law of the land. Thank God for that.
QUESTION: IS IT JOHN BOEHNER'S FAULT BY DREWING A LINE IN THE SAND BOX ADAINST OBAMACARE AND FOR GIVING IN TO & NOT CONTROLLING THE ULTRA-CONSERVATIVE RIGHT WING OF THE GOP REPUBLICAN PARTY? ANSWER: Mitch Mcconnell (C), John Boehner (R) and Jon Kyl (L) speak to the media outside of the White House on Feb. 25, 2010 (Second paragraph corrected to reflect the date of the Tea Party's origins) NO PHOTO And not because he can’t control the Tea Party. It’s tempting to feel sorry for House Speaker John Boehner. He seems like a reasonable man caught in a trap. His Republican majority in the House can’t decide whether a repeal or delay of the Affordable Care Act needs to be a condition of any agreement on anything else. But Boehner, along with the rest of the Republican leadership at the time, built this trap for himself in 2009 and early 2010, before the Tea Party caucus was formed. In 2009 the Republican minority, faced with what would eventually become the Affordable Care Act, he had a choice. Obama, like ...
berita hari ini : Looking to block Obamacare, GOP is party in search of a strategy - Washington Post Congressional Republicans have become a party of grievances in search of a strategy. Their first grievance is with President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, the single most unifying issue for a party that has been showing signs of divisions all year. Rank-and-file Republicans, especially those who are aligned with the Tea Party, hate the new health-care law. Their anger has welled up to force GOP leaders to respond with ever-riskier strategies to delay, defund or in some other way disrupt the imminent implementation of the act. Their second is with Obama himself, and his steadfast resistance to negotiate with them on any aspect of the health-care law. The president may unilaterally decide to delay this or that aspect of the law, as he did again on Thursday with a small portion of the implementation plan. But he doesn’t want Republicans to touch it. Each time he makes a change, his unwillingness to engage ...
Read to the bottom and then think about the 40 million uninsured and sure to get sick, the poor, hungry and the fact that the Republicans are trying to cut $40 BILLION from food stamps(I guess to make it harder to work, go to school and survive), refuse to make corporate America pay a fair effective tax rate and the Tea Party Republicans want to cut the budget by trillions thereby creating millions of new unemployed contractors and former civil service employees who can't pay the rent or fix their car or buy necessities and therefore we all have less income and are poorer! And John Boehner calls the Republicans the party of "common sense" today when they try to cancel health care. By the way also lying when he says people are being laid off because of the Affordable Care Act. Get the facts.
Greetings Speaker John Boehner, You keep saying that the American people do not want the Affordable Care Act. Well, I am an American and a voter, and I DO WANT the Affordable Care Act! Stop having a tantrum. You lost. Get over it. You are embarrassing yourself and making a mockery of your office. Move on. This is old business. All you are doing now is making yourself look like a poor loser. For Goodness sake, have some dignity. Sincerely, An American Voter
  42. Since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010, the US House of Representatives, which has been led by a Republican majority since January of 2011, has voted an unbelievable 42 times to repeal or cut funding for the aforementioned health care overhaul. Even after the vast majority of the law was declared constitutional by the US Supreme Court in the summer of 2012, they have continued to vote in what will ultimately be a futile effort. Was the original bill perfect? no. Was it passed in a rather sloppy manner? yes. However, now that it is law, Shouldn't our lawmakers in Washington do what they are getting paid to do and make laws? This marquee debate that has been going on for the past three years is only the main attraction starring John Boehner and Eric Cantor. In other news, they have voted to make drastic cuts to the Food Stamp program that gives financial assistance to needy families, they have allowed student loan interest rates to go up, only to have a ...
Senate Republicans plan to withhold funding to keep the government running as hostage for a ransom of defunding the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).
Miscreants, Speaker of the House, John Boehner, and no-chin, Mitch Mcconnell, Republican Senate super minority leader, want cuts in Medicare before Obama reforms in the Affordable Care Act kick in but not cuts in military. Why?
It seems House Minority Leader Eric Cantor, like his cohort John Boehner, is still living in fantasy-land when it comes to their ability to 'repeal' the Affordable Care Act. Here he is on Fox this Monday, saying he wants 'Obamacare' to be 'on the …
John Boehner, who has no particular need to be writing Cincinnatti Enquirer op-eds, just wrote one anyway adding a new demand to the fiscal cliff talks. His position is now that the Affordable Care Act "has to stay on the table as both parties discuss ways to solve our nation’s...
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Nancy Pelosi & John Boehner react to the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act!
For the thirty-third time since John Boehner took the speaker’s gavel in 2011, the House of Representatives will vote Wednesday to repeal all or part of the Affordable Care Act. (In this case, all of it). As Republicans mount their response to the Supreme Court’s recent decision upholding most of th...
According to a new CNN poll, Americans are still divided on ObamaCare. Fifty percent of those surveyed agreeing with the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the law, while 49% disagreed. This represents a two point increase from a Reuters/Ipsos poll released yesterday that found that 48% support the Affordable Care Act. Support for the ACA has increased from 34% in the fall of 2011 to 43% before the Supreme Court decision to 50% supporting the court’s decision today. Republicans quickly tried to turn their Supreme Court defeat into political ammunition by reviving many of the same attacks they used against the ACA in 2009 and 2010. GOP congressional leaders like Mitch Mcconnell and John Boehner revived their government takeover of healthcare talking points and called for immediate repeal of the law, but a funny thing is happening on the way back in time to 2010. Support for the law, and the decision that ruled the law constitutional, is growing. Instead of emptily repeating the Republican cries for rep ...
John Boehner keeps missing on the Affordable Care Act. Hey Charlie Brown take another kick at that football!
Sore loser John Boehner (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) Earlier this week House Speaker John Boehner promised Republican leader Rush Limbaugh that full repeal of the Affordable Care Act was all that matters:
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