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And what about Georgia, where conservative, white voters have been a solid base for the GOP? Like his first statement, Sabato used CNN’s 2008 exit polls to substantiate his claim, according to his political analyst and media relations coordinator, Kyle Kondik.Based on the 2008 exit polls of Georgia, Virginia (where Sabato works) and nationally, whites with a college degree supported Barack Obama at a higher rate than whites without a college degree, Kondik said.John Harwood, a co-moderator for the third Republican debate on CNBC, is known for having a hate-hate relationship with conservatives.He came down hard on Donald Trump and asked if he was running a comic book campaign, which Trump took issue to."It's been pretty rough for me," said Rob Brunello, 25, of Mayfield Heights, Ohio, a truck driver who faced a backlash from friends and family for backing Trump. They are having a hard time adjusting to it," he said.The White House did not respond to a request for comment on the poll results.For as many years Democrats tried to graft healthcare onto Social Security and Medicare, and pay for it through the payroll tax.But Republicans countered that any system must be based on private insurance and paid for with a combination of subsidies for low-income purchasers and a requirement that the younger and healthier sign up.
Under Nixon’s plan all but the smallest employers would provide insurance to their workers or pay a penalty, an expanded Medicaid-type program would insure the poor, and subsidies would be provided to low-income individuals and small employers. Private insurers were delighted with the Nixon plan but Democrats preferred a system based on Social Security and Medicare, and the two sides failed to agree.
When today’s Republicans rage against the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act, it’s useful to recall this was their idea as well. Butler of the conservative Heritage Foundation came up with a plan that would “mandate all households to obtain adequate insurance.”Insurance companies loved Butler’s plan so much it found its way into several bills introduced by Republican lawmakers in 1993.
Among the supporters were senators Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Charles Grassley, R-Iowa (who now oppose the mandate under the Affordable Care Act).
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