I'm addicted to "Crossfire" on CNN. Sorry that I'm a geek who likes to know what's going on in U.S. politics
by dntwrrybrihappyvia twitter10/2/2013 10:57:02 PM
I thought ACA had been implemented. Why can't the Republicans accept it and move on?
by PTOWER10/2/2013 10:57:26 PM
Obama is totally for blame!!! I agree with the women on the crossfire tonight!, Obama is supposed to HELP the country and HELP the PEOPLE he is sworn to PROTECT! he has broken so many amendments already and most recent one has to deal with this abomination called the ACA or obamacare or as many americans are now calling it, a death sentence!! LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE!!!
It is not true that the majority of americans dislike the Affordable Care Act! I need actual factual data to believe this...not a pundit's opinion. The exchanges just opened yesterday. Give it time to be fully implemented before you predict its demise. I have studied the ACA; I will benefit from the health coverage. My insurance rates will be much lower and I CAN keep my primary doctor!!
And Everyone I know in Texas believes in this act. We do not believe in anything Ted Cruz spouts! He and his tea party cronies need to do their job!!!! Get back to work and quit bullying the American public!!!!
by christylemon10/2/2013 10:59:43 PM
More than half of the American people have no idea what Obama care really is or how it works. Either way Let congress continue to play this game and unravel all that's been done to get this economy going again. Good job.
by Someone10/2/2013 10:59:50 PM
#crossfire - Thanks Pres Obama - my insurance is using the money i pay them monthly to look after my health instead of their big pockets!!
Great job, @tomperriello , on Crossfire! Thank you for your honesty and reason!
by Andrew Munoz, Jr.via twitter10/2/2013 11:00:27 PM
If the Republicans want to do away with Obamacare, all they have to do is win both houses of Congress and win the Presidency. But about 30 or 40 Tea Party Republicans have their Speaker by the short hairs, so the party has set out to commit political suicide instead.
by CajunBlazer10/2/2013 11:00:36 PM
Most people in this country do not have a clue what is included in the Obamacare Health Plan and they won't until they start applying for it. Ms Miller is not correct when she says the people in this country do not want it. The Americans who do not have insurance want it because they need insurance that is affordable. Small businesses want it because they cannot afford insurance for their employees. The only people who do not want it are those who already have insurance and they are afraid that OC will interfere with what they already have and that does not represent the largest number of Americans. So don't speak for us.
What is being missed in all of this is the devastation to the legislative process. So from now on each time people don't like the laws that have been passed they work to stall everything? Nothing will get done. It is not the shutdown or even Obamacare that is the issue, rather how the legislative process is being destroyed that we should worry about. What is most interesting is Congress continues to collect their salary while Federal workers do not.
by Jim10/2/2013 11:01:04 PM
Recall all of the Republican Representives!! They are worthless.
by Larry10/2/2013 11:01:07 PM
@oomphengel He is listening to the people. The people reelected him knowing that the ACA would stay intact if he was the president. If anyone needs to listen to the people it is the congress who has an approval rating of 10%. They need to listen to the people and quit.
by He is listening to the...10/2/2013 11:01:26 PM
I wish House #GOP members would say what @secupp just said on @CNN Crossfire: "We don't want to give up our leverage." Then I'd have respect
Why are we not blaming all of Washington. Obama is to blame because as a "leader" he is suppose to sit down and get the 2 sides to come together. The Democrats because they won't relook at the affordable care act and redo the parts that are needed to be redone and the Republicans for using the shutdown to get their own way. But the ones to be blamed the most is ourselves as we reelect the same people over and over who don't care about us, they just like the gig they have and the perks that come with it. If only 10% of us like what Congress is doing, why are we allowing people to be there for 10,20, 30 or more years where they lose connection with main street. Maybe next time you should vote for someone else.
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