Sen. Ron Johnson
A fed. judge said that Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) cannot challenge the Obamacare policy that lawmakers and their staff obtain health insurance through the exchanges. Johnson says he and his legal team will review his next steps.
He's a prominent party official, a leader of the libertarian faction within the state Republican Party, a Rand Paul fan, and a Milwaukee cop. He's not afraid to speak his mind on RINOs like John McCain, Paul Ryan, and Ron Johnson.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) plans to sue the Obama administration over the fed. contributions that lawmakers and their staffs get for health insurance. Johnson said that he believes the OPM rule broke the law, and that he thinks the lawsuit can help rein in what he sees as a pattern of executive overreach from Obama.
Repub. Sen. Ron Johnson says that his Obamacare approach, acknowledging the reality of the new structures put in place by OCare and offering a positive alternative, might be summarized as “repeal, dismantle, and transition to something better.”
Call your Senators NOW (the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) and tell them reject any deal that keeps ObamaCare subsidies for Congress, gives Big Labor a pass on ObamaCare and increases spending by doing away with the sequestration.
Senator Corker claims he opposes Obamacare, but supports spending money to implement it.
Senator Robert Corker is playing by the typical Capitol Hill rules of say one thing, while actually doing another. Grassroots conservatives don't buy the idea that you can be opposed to Obamacare, but in favor of giving Obama the money to implement it.
Why haven’t establishment Republicans like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Wisconsin’s Ron Johnson embraced conservatives' efforts to draw that line in the sand and put a united Senate Republican Conference behind the effort to defund Obamacare?