Republicans and Democrats alike are anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court’s judgment regarding the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care law, which is expected by June 25.
Democrats appear to be girding themselves for a loss by accusing Republicans of lacking an actionable plan for fixing America’s health care system if ObamaCare is invalidated.
Journalists have bought the line. One described the GOP as “vulnerable to charges the party has no credible reform plan of its own,” while another claimed that candidate Mitt Romney and congressional Republicans “still have nothing positive to say on health care.”
But the facts do not support these claims.