"The GOP will be taking away health care for 11 million people with no plan to fix it. The Grinch that stole summer."
"This is a close call. But Republicans will have succeeded in shifting public attention to themselves on health care. That could backfire!"
"Careful what you wish for—especially when you are only attacking and have no alternative plan that offers anywhere near the support that Obama's plan offers."
"24"Š/"Š7 media will have a field day covering real people who lost coverage."
"Put in the position of taking away people's health care unless they act, and they may not be able to agree on anything. Perfect issue for Hillary."
Q: Which party will face the biggest political consequences if SCOTUS strikes down federal health care subsidies in King v. Burwell?
REPUBLICANS (56 VOTES)
Democrats 43%Republicans 57%
"So Obamacare is unconstitutional? Who knew?"
"Makes them the party of big government and the abusers of the law."
"Obama insisted on taking more control of health care over GOP objections. He'll have ownership of any problems if Court strikes down his plan."
"Democrats got us into this mess; the president is in charge. They will try to blame Republicans, but voters know who crafted and supported this law."
"This is an unwritten chapter and could bounce [in] either direction, but it forces the GOP to come up with a plan, and that will be difficult."
"Please don't take away the boogeyman."
"The media will never let it be anything else."
"It is hard to take away entitlements. That is why the national debt is unmanageable."
"Republicans, in control of both houses of Congress, will finally have to stop complaining about Obamacare and actually do something about it."
"They'll have to step up to the plate and deal with it. Democrats can hang back and play passive-aggressive, attack without doing anything."
"Republicans don't have to solve the problem of Obamacare refugees, but they need to show that they care and they are competent. If they stick with slogans and posturing, they will pay a price next November."
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