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After weeks of attempting to delay or defund parts of Obamacare, House Republicans led by Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) agreed to extend the debt ceiling and re-open the government. The agreement funds the federal government for three months, raises the debt through February 7th and calls for a Congressional plan to negotiate a long term deficit reduction package. The sole section of the deal related to Obamacare was a requirement for Americans to verify their incomes in order to qualify for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. See recent John Boehner news
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Congress was and is still collectively incompetent and partisan. No one should be congratulated for fixing something that should never have been broken in the first place. 2yr ago from a Libertarian in Lexington, VA.
The bill is already signed into law. I believe it should be critically reviewed and revised. Nevertheless, this does not justify shutting down the government. How about cutting the waste in Washington to balance the budget? How about keeping our noses out of other countries business?. 2yr ago from a Green in Round Lake, IL.
The budget bill is a minor problem compared to the continued willingness of congress to spend money they do not have to fund not only necessary, but useless programs. The budget fight must continue. 2yr ago from a Republican in Allen, TX.
Should have defeated the bill in 2010. 2yr ago from a Republican in Bethpage, NY.
Yes. It was useful to make Democrats cast another vote in favor of Obamacare in light of current knowledge of the program's flaws, but taking this to the brink was foolish. 2yr ago from a Republican in Oak Harbor, WA.
Yes. Politically it was necessary. The Affordable Care Act will fail on its. It is best to step out of the way to allow America to see what a disastrous mistake socialized medicine is financially as well as in terms of quality. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Milford, NH.
GOP should have demanded no exemptions & immediate implementation so the public could see it in action, and decide accordingly. 2yr ago from a Libertarian in Mundelein, IL.
Yes, but he should not have allowed a small group to control the situation and the House agenda. 2yr ago from a Democrat in Corinth, NY.
He is doing what he has to do to protect disabled Vets and other Americans that the Democrats don't care about. 2yr ago from a Republican in Clarksville, TN.
John Boehner, along with every other member of congress, the white house and cabinet, etc. should be sacked. Regardless, it was smart not to block the budget bill. 2yr ago from a Republican in Lindon, UT.
Stop acting like spoiled children. If you want to have your policies enacted, put forth viable candidates and win elections. 2yr ago from a Libertarian in Ivins, UT.
Both sides are acting like asses. We need to cut spending, but default is absolutely not an option. Welfare, social security and military spending all should be cut. 2yr ago from a Republican in Edmond, OK.
No, he had no choice though. The majority of media sources targeted the republican party with negative connotations which didn't help his casse. 2yr ago from a Democrat in Burlington, NC.
Only decision that he could make given the division within the Republican Party and their inability to support one another and the American people. 2yr ago from a Republican in Mountain Home, TN.