Dylan O’Brien Suits Up For ‘Fashionisto’
Heading to the school of music formal. I haven’t worn anything this tight in public since that one time in London. Um. So. Butt.
I just painted my nails and I have to peeee
[I]f the Republicans want to spend the entire next six months or year talking about repealing a bill that provides millions of people health insurance without providing any meaningful alternative, instead of wanting to talk about jobs and the economic situation of families all across the country, that’s their prerogative. At some point I think they’ll make the transition. That’s my hope, anyway. If not, we’re just going to keep on doing what we’re doing, which is making it work for people all across the country.
I’m sorry, I’m going to say one last thing about this, just because this does frustrate me: States that have chosen not to expand Medicaid for no other reason than political spite. You’ve got 5 million people who could be having health insurance right now at no cost to these states—zero cost to these states—other than ideological reasons. They have chosen not to provide health insurance for their citizens. That’s wrong. It should stop. Those folks should be able to get health insurance like everybody else.
- President Obama
Most of the states with Republican governors who have opted out of the Medicaid expansion have very poor people living there, too. These governors are deliberately hurting their own citizens because they don’t like the president. That’s just wrong.
And the funny thing is that those people without access to healthcare often (def not always, though) don’t have access to education/reliable news/etc, and/or have been trained in to conservative thinking since birth, and see “obamacare” as the reason why they don’t have healthcare. Which means those same republican governors who blocked their access to insurance are getting put right back in to power.
New theory I’m working on.