In an interview Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) admitted that the Republican plan is to win the Senate then begin work on taking health care away from the estimated 10.3 million people who have gotten coverage thanks to the ACA.
Underneath the numbers in the new CNN Obamacare poll is a looming disaster for Republicans. Fifty-seven percent of those polled support the ACA or an even more liberal health care reform.
The worst nightmare of the Republican Party has come true as a new Bloomberg poll found that 66% of Americans want to keep their Obamacare.
As Republicans refuse to fund the VA to its needs and continue to sell themselves out to the highest corporate bidder, going to bat for more tax breaks for big business whilst imposing austerity on Americas workers, they are also coming for your Obamacare tax credits now.
Things have gotten so bad for Republicans on Obamacare that Eric Cantor appears to have abandoned his ACA alternative while Republicans are begging him for a bill because Democrats are pummeling them.
While Republicans are trying to blame the problems at the VA on President Obama, the real scandal is that the Republican refusal to expand Medicaid in 23 states has left 258,6000 veterans without healthcare.
Republicans have quietly tried to change the subject away from healthcare, and the ACA. The shift is so dramatic that no Republican committee in the House has an Obamacare hearing planned, and there are no repeal votes scheduled.
Gallup found that the uninsured rate dropped 1.5% from the last quarter of 2013 to the first quarter of 2014. The ACA is working as the percentage of uninsured Americans has hit it's lowest point since 2008.
The Republican lies and misinformation about Obamacare have consequences that go beyond politics. In some cases, not believing the GOP can be the difference between life and death.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) described what Republicans fear most. On recent trip to South Carolina and North Carolina, Sanders found red state residents who believe that healthcare is a right.
The roof has officially fallen in on Republicans as a poll of Southern red states has found that in each state people want to keep their Obamacare.
In the key state of Louisiana, Sen. Mary Landrieu isn't running away from Obamacare. She is using the ACA as weapon to point out how Republicans who have health insurance deny it to others.
Paul Krugman of The New York Times pointed out why the increasing ACA numbers are snowballing into a disaster for the Republican Party.
The defeated Republican anti-Obamacare forces are in full retreat after ACA enrollment in healthcare plans surged past 3 million.
The dirty little secret that congressional Republicans are carrying around with them is that while they are campaigning on killing the ACA, they quietly threw up the white flag and voted to fund Obamacare before they left town.
PoliticusUSA recently sat down with a financial advisor who works with the ACA regularly to get the real story that the media isn't reporting on the Affordable Care Act and the website.
The insurers who are complaining in the media about backend problems with the ACA website have spent have spent hundreds of millions of dollars supporting the Republican efforts to kill Obamacare.
It took just a couple of sentences for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to destroy the media myth that the Affordable Care Act is doomed on ABC's This Week.
House Republicans are wasting more time voting on a bill that is disguised as a fix to the ACA, but it really an act of sabotage. President Obama has already promised he will veto the bill.
President Obama has outwitted John Boehner again by proposing his own changes ahead of Boehner's plot to kill the ACA with votes disguised as "fixes" to the law.