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Monday Toon Roundup 2- The Rest

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New Yorker Toon - Bright Bart News

Trump Just Undermined Americans Access to Health Care Out of Sheer Spite

If the Republican Party repealed the Affordable Care Act without a replacement, 18 million people would lose their health insurance, the budget deficit would rise, and tens of thousands of Americans would die.

These are all indisputably bad things — no politician, of either party, has ever campaigned on a platform of reduced insurance access, a higher federal debt, and more preventable deaths.

Still, one could not fairly claim that no Americans would benefit from ACA repeal. Millionaire investors would see their capital gains taxed at a lower rate; young, healthy people would likely see their premiums go down as insurers left people with preexisting conditions to their fates; and conservatives who believe that every American — no matter their color, creed, or annual income — should have the freedom to die from a curable illness would see their ideology affirmed.

But the Trump administration’s latest attack on Obamacare will benefit no one — except, perhaps, some “career politicians” in Washington, D.C. This week, the White House cancelled advertisements alerting consumers to the upcoming enrollment deadline for 2017 coverage under the ACA — even though the ads had already been paid for, according to Obama administration officials who spoke with Politico.

more
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/01/trump-undermines-americans-healthcare-access-out-of-spite.html

Friday Toon Roundup 4: The Rest

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