— Mike Lee’s madness: Drive to defund ACA is insane — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
Mike Lee is not trying to protect the American people from the failure of Obamacare. He is trying to protect himself and his fellow members of the Republican Party’s lunatic fringe from the success of Obamacare.And he is prepared to cripple the economy to do it. ...
— Politics of brinkmanship — Deseret News Editorial
Jeff Flake, the Republican senator from Arizona, may have exhibited the best grasp on reality when he told the Weekly Standard that Congress should leave the Affordable Care Act alone and watch it crumble under its own weight. ...
— Obamacare presents golden opportunity for Republicans — Colorado Springs Gazette Editorial
Despite impassioned efforts by House Republicans, Sen. Ted Cruz and others who want to spare Americans the looming pain of Obamacare, Democrats control Washington. The plan to economically starve the horrific health care law is destined to fail.Here’s the good news for Republicans. As full Obamacare implimentation begins next month, their prospects to regain control of federal government should only improve by the day. ...
— ObamaCare’s bad news continues — Las Vegas Review-Journal Editorial
This is going to hurt, America. But you already knew that. ...
— Full-blown insanity returns to Washington — San Jose Mercury News Editorial
Here we go again, hellbent on more showdowns over the federal budget and the debt ceiling. But this round of brinksmanship by conservative Republicans might be the most frightening yet. There is no clear way out, and that could be catastrophic for the economy. ...
— Chaos among House Republicans — Seattle Times Editorial
Reckless tea-party politics among Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives threaten the functions and credibility of the government.
— Washington has the wrong budget discussions — again — Kansas City Star Editorial
It must be terribly frustrating to work for the Congressional Budget Office.Every year around this time, the group issues a report about just how grim the nation’s long-term financial health is. A few lawmakers wring their hands and say they will get serious about fixing the problem, but then they don’t. We, as a nation, rush toward a debt-induced disaster if no one heeds the warning....
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