Congressional Republicans are avoiding open public meetings with constituents because they are fearful of the growing backlash towards repealing Obamacare.
President Obama is going to get the better of Republicans one final time, as the GOP has been forced to break their promise to immediately repeal and replace Obamacare because the law is too complicated and a prompt gutting of the law would result in an immense public backlash.
It turns out that Republicans weren't one hundred percent honest with the voters about ACA repeal. Republicans can pass a bill legislation repealing the law in 2017, but Obamacare will remain, and those who sign up will keep their insurance until at least 2018.
.The revised third quarter economic data contained some good news for President Obama and Democrats as thanks to Obamacare; healthcare costs have risen at their slowest rate since 1961.
The red states are the backbone of the Republican Party, but growing evidence suggests that opposition to ObamaCare expansion is falling apart in the GOP stronghold.
Democrats and President Obama have cause to celebrate as the CDC has found that the uninsured rate in the United States has fallen to a record low of 9%.
According to the latest PPP Poll, more Americans support Obamacare than oppose it as Democrats have become unified in their support of the ACA.
The good news keeps coming for President Obama as his signature legislative achievement, Obamacare, has caused the number of uninsured Americans to fall to a new record low.
More bad news for Republicans. President Obama announced today that he planned to go on offense and continue working to expand the reach of Obamacare to cover more Americans.
President Obama celebrated today's Supreme Court ruling in favor of ACA subsidies by giving Republicans a dose of the straight truth about Obamacare.
As Republicans are working the Supreme Court to take Obamacare away from everyone in states that have not set up their own exchange, a new Commonwealth Fund survey has found that Obamacare is actually really liked.
President Obama delivered a blunt message to Republicans. If they cynically mess with Obamacare, they will be harming he lives of millions of Americans.
The town that signed up the most people for Obamacare is a "solidly Republican working-class town" in Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio's "stomping grounds".
New data released today blew the Republican anti-Obamacare argument to smithereens as 137 million Americans are saving money due to the ACA's free preventative services.
Democrats are seizing the opportunity that is being presented by the combination of the increasing popularity of Obamacare and a Republican party that is paralyzed by years of its own ACA rhetoric.
A new study by the White House Council of Economic Advisers has found that thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the percentage of Americans who lack health insurance is heading for a historic low.
President Obama rubbed salt in the Republican wounds today by pointing out that the government funding bill that they passed funds Obamacare for another year.
Almost half a million people signed up for Obamacare in one week.
Mitch McConnell and John Boehner have announced that one of the first things that the new Republican controlled Congress will do it take away health insurance from 1 million Americans.
Fox News and their viewers like to pound their chests and tout their success, but Fox can't hold a candle to Obamacare. Nearly four times as many people have signed up for Obamacare than watch Fox News.