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Beyond Spin? Networks Unload on ObamaCare: An 'Embarrassing,' 'Botched' 'Resounding Thud'

At least for Thursday, the network morning shows admitted that ObamaCare is an "embarrassing," "botched" failure that has landed with a "resounding thud." ABC, CBS and NBC offered blunt, stark ...
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CNN's Gupta Compares ObamaCare Plans to 'Ferrari'

Once again, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta cast President Obama's "you can keep your health care plan" lie as something much more innocent. On Tuesday's Piers Morgan Live, he stated, "I think with ...
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NBC Host to RNC Chair: Shouldn't GOP Be 'More Timid' Criticizing ObamaCare?

In the midst of the unmitigated disaster that has been the roll out of ObamaCare, on Saturday's NBC Today, co-host Lester Holt had the audacity to suggest to Republican National Committee ...
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'Today' Hosts Mock ObamaCare Ads That 'A Lot of People Are Offended By'

Early in the 9 a.m. ET hour on Wednesday's NBC Today, co-hosts Willie Geist, Natalie Morales, and Al Roker mocked a series of new ads designed to promote ObamaCare, even with Geist reading one ...
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ABC Frets Over ObamaCare 'Glitch Girl,' the 'Most Despised Face on the Planet'

ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday spent over four minutes worrying about "glitch girl," the woman who was featured on the ObamaCare webpage for weeks during the site's disastrous rollout. ...
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Digging for News Vs. Digging Out Obama

Which strategy looks more desperate: Defending the indefensible or savaging critics as somehow responsible for this Obamacare mess? MSNBC is trying both.
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CBS, ABC Point Out 'Very Troubled' HealthCare.gov is 'Far Short' of Sign-Up Goal; NBC Punts

ABC's Good Morning America and CBS This Morning on Tuesday both picked up the Wall Street Journal's Monday revelation about the HealthCare.gov website – that "fewer than 50,000 people had ...
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Ed Schultz Actually Declares: 'The Mainstream Media' 'Want ObamaCare to Fail'

He actually said it. Liberal MSNBC anchor Ed Schultz on Tuesday seriously proclaimed, "The mainstream media, I believe, wants ObamaCare to fail. They look for every negative number they can find." ...
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Pre-Existing Condition?

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CBS: Obama White House Knew of Website's 'Limitless' Security Risks Before Launch

Sharyl Attkisson revealed on Monday's CBS Evening News that the Obama administration had prior knowledge of HealthCare.gov's numerous security flaws, but went ahead anyway with its October 1, 2013 ...
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