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Examiner
Back in the ’90s, Republicans were advised to oppose health-care reform at all costs
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April 7, 2014 11:17 a.m.



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Anyone who thinks that the Republican Party’s die-hard resistance to the Affordable Care Act is based on anything other than political self-interest has got another think coming.

The GOP’s current stance on health-care reform did not suddenly arise with the presidency of Barack Obama. It dates back to when Obama was still teaching law at the University of Chicago and had yet to run for public office.

In fact, it goes back at least  a whole political generation, as we see HERE:



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