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In 1996, Republican-led welfare reforms marked a revolution in the government’s approach to poverty. They changed the standard for policy success from the amount of income transferred to the poor to the number of poor who moved from welfare to economic independence. President Obama changed that though. Obama’s entitlement programs do not incentivize work and ultimately hurt our nation and American's who genuinely need our help. Republicans believe in welfare reform and helping Americans move out of poverty, not the expansion of people's dependency on government.


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Democrat Family Feud

- September 30, 2013

Today, Senate Democrats Are Expected To Again Threaten A Government Shutdown By Rejecting Any Delay Or Change To ObamaCare. "The bill now moves back to the Senate, where Reid is expected to scrap the two healthcare amendments with a single vote on Monday, when the Senate returns, and return the "clean" CR, yet again, to Boehner and House Republicans. 'To be absolutely clear, the Senate will reject both the one-year delay of the Affordable Care Act and the repeal of the medical device tax,' Reid said in a statement." ... Continue Reading »

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Glaring Omission #9: DNC Governors Don’t Mention The Seniors Obama Hurt

- September 5, 2012

THE GLARING OMISSION: Democrat Governors Fail To Mention The Seniors That Will Lose Their Health Care Because Of ObamaCare THE TRUTH: ObamaCare Kicks Hundreds Of Thousands Of Seniors Off Of Medicare Advantage... Continue Reading »

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Obama's Medicare problem

- August 17, 2012

A little insight into Obama’s Medicare problem – hypocrisy and no plan. Obama Attacked McCain For Making Medicare Cuts To Pay For His Health Care Plan: “It Ain't Right.” BuzzFeed: President Obama often fends off attacks he cut Medicare to pay for ObamaCare. But in 2008, Obama was himself attacking John McCain on parallen terrain, saying his plan cut 800 billion dollars from Medicare to pay for his health care reform plan. ... Continue Reading »

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CBO Roundup: The March 2012 Baseline

- March 13, 2012

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House Democrats Are Undercutting Obama’s Efforts To Strengthen IPAB

- March 6, 2012

Today, The House Energy And Commerce Committee Agreed Unanimously To Repeal The Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), An Unaccountable Board Of Unelected Bureaucrats That Could Cut Medicare Benefits. “The House Energy and Commerce Committee voted Tuesday to repeal a controversial cost-cutting panel in President Obama’s healthcare law. The committee agreed by a voice vote to repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), a 15-member panel tasked with cutting Medicare payments to doctors if the program’s overall spending grows too quickly.”... Continue Reading »

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