In March of 2009, on his very first show at MSNBC, Ed made the point of taking on the healthcare discussion, going so far as to pull out his own personal insurance statement right there on the spot. On this historic day, June 28th, 2012, Ed reflects on the Supreme Court's affirmation of the Affordable Care Act, where we've been, and where we're going.
"The Brownback Administration continues to oppose ObamaCare and will not take any action to implement it," Sherriene Jones-Sontag, a Brownback spokeswoman, wrote in an email on Thursday.
6/29/2012 2:39:22 PM
What are the consequences for the Republican Governors who refuse to follow Federal Law?
This pretty much sums up the complete disrespect for the United States & for President Obama, the American People & for the Oval Office by the Republican Party:
Kansas state Rep. Mike Slattery (D-Mission) attacked Brownback's stance. "It's ridiculous, the Brownback administration is showing that ideology is above following federal law," Slattery said. "As a Kansan I'm furious. He is breaking federal law and that is politics at its utter worst. It is embarassing and utter nonsense. I say grow up. You are governor of one of the 50 states and you're acting like a child."
I have never seen any pattern of behavior by an elected official ever in my lifetime since the day President Obama got elected. Are there any adults left in the GOP?
6/29/2012 1:24:14 AM
Can't wait to see republicans shout that their parents and kids shouldn't have health insurance.
We know who the 17 Dem backstabbers who ought to get honest and run in the R column.