The House of Representatives is set to vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and and Queens Congressman Joe Crowley tweaked them borrowing a page from Andy Warhol.
Standing beside a large picture of a Campbell’s Soup can, Mr. Crowley accused his Republican colleagues of preferring to Obama a health care plan that revolves around an ancient bit of folk medicine.
Among the many politicians who rushed out statements opposing or supporting the Supreme Court’s decision that President Obama’s health care legislation was constitutional, Mayor Michael Bloomberg was not among them. On John Gambling’s radio show today, Mr. Bloomberg explained why he’s “not sure if after all the yelling and screaming and all the politics around this, there’s really any great change.”
“Good or bad, at least it takes away the argument that this law was unconstitutional,” he began to describe his reaction to the ruling. “It does not mean that future governments in Washington can’t change the law or repeal it or something.”