HHS Sec. Becerra Reacts To Obamacare Ruling: 'It's A Great Victory' 1

HHS Sec. Becerra Reacts To Obamacare Ruling: ‘It’s A Great Victory’

 

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra joins Geoff Bennett with his reaction to this morning's SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare.
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37 comments

    1. @Hairy legs Corn Pop no thanks, I care for people’s health just as long as they are away from me. Very antisocial.

  1. America is a laughing stock re.. Healthcare “we the people”? Really? Corruption is GOP, they own it..

  2. The rich shouldn’t complain as they can afford their healthcare insurance. But whats the bet they will avail themselves of this.

  3. It’s not good enough.
    We the People want Congressional, Senatorial, Presidential or Supreme Court Insurance.
    As a PERK of being a Citizen of the United States.
    We Are NOT LESSER PEOPLE.

  4. Imagine being the republican party, being so angry that 11 million American have access to affordable healthcare, you wanted to cancel the ACA without any replacement. What a joke!

    1. I feel that the healthcare system pre ACA definitely needed to be overhauled. Many had no insurance and many couldn’t pay medical bills that did have crap insurance. However I understand the frustration of many, I had great insurance and was demoted to mediocre insurance with high out of pockets and deductibles. This is part due to the rewrite taking away benefits we had and part due to it gave companies an out to no longer provide anything but the minimum cheapest insurance. So I dont think we should get rid of ACA but it needs to be improved greatly.

    2. GOP have no one to blame but themselves. They have aided and abetted corporations in not affording benefits to their employees. They hire a little less than full time to avoid paying these benefits, leaving the federal government in charge of their negligence and wrongdoing.

    3. @Polar Opposite Nothing short of Medicare 4 All is acceptable. ACA is a joke of a half-measure

    4. Imagine support legislative laws, such as ACA, and bloated government programs, such as Obama care, just to keep healthcare expensive for everyone and protect the big corperations from needing to compete with others, for only covering not even 1/10 of the population.

  5. Congratulations! From . It’s not perfect but it’s better than having to decide whether you can afford to have a finger reattached or if you can do without it. Spend less time litigating the crap out of it and make it better.

    1. You don’t even know what ACA is. If that were brought into Canada, there would be bigger riots in the streets than when the Canucks lost the Stanley Cup finals

    2. @Harvey Manfredsenjenson Canada doesn’t need Obamacare. We’ve had universal health care for decades. Take it away and yes there would be riots in the streets. Unlike our neighbors to the south we are more likely to fight for the welfare of our country instead of against it.

  6. What was the reason we needed to give billions in subsidies to private insurance companies instead of paying doctors directly through Medicare? Was it just so they could skim money off the top on it’s way to the people actually delivering the services?

  7. Way To Go OBAMA… A SMART INTELLEGENT BLACK MAN THAT WAS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR TWO TERMS. CONGRADULATIONS ON THE SURVIVAL OF OBAMACARE!!! THREE VICTORIES IN THE SUPREME COURT AND CAN ONLY GET BETTER!!!

    1. Yeah, especially since all the big healthcare companies will back them so that they don’t get rid of the laws that protect themfrom market competition, meaning Obamacare is keeping their healthcare expensive.

  8. gah dang it, does this mean the pile of orange turd lost again? man, he just can’t stop losing…..

  9. Another Bigly FAIL. Instead of gaslighting America for 10 years Republicans should have released their Repeal and replace plan.

    1. Wait. What? Surely Trump has revealed his health care plan by now. I remember he promised it was coming “in the next few weeks” and that was ages ago.
      You don’t mean to say he wasn’t telling the truth?

  10. ANOTHER loss, for The GQP, & The Dumpster! It’s like John McCain’s thumbs down….all over again…..SO MUCH WINNING!

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