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  •  but the GOP anti-ACA will motivate theirvoters to (5+ / 0-)

    vote in November 2014 in a low-turnout election.

    Beating the drum against the ACA will continue to motivate the GOP's core voters.

    Polls continue to show that opposition to the ACA makes more people support a candidate than does a candidate's support of the ACA, with a sizable group not motivated one way or the other.

    If these poll numbers turn around, I'll be less concerned - but so far we do not see that in the polls.

    •  Yes, plus they will sell what it has as theirs (1+ / 0-)
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      Chen said it was time for Republicans to start thinking about whether there are parts of Obamacare that they can “keep in place and make better in terms of conservative health care reform” — like the health insurance exchanges and the future tax on generous health insurance plans, which he said could open the door to conservative goals like giving people their own tax break for health coverage.
      Something you would NEVER know from media coverage is that the subsidy IS actually ALREADY giving people their own tax break for health coverage

      http://www.irs.gov/...

      But you can bet that will change if they "start thinking about whether there are parts of Obamacare that they can “keep in place and make better in terms of conservative health care reform” "

      Thanks Democrats! My Obamacare is permanent coverage no one can take away - and saving $3,000 is nice too

      by sotiredofusernames on Wed Apr 02, 2014 at 09:41:45 AM PDT

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