The Supreme Court has ruled, but the debate continues over President Obama's healthcare law. As the focus turns from the law's Constitutionality to reelection efforts, Republicans say President Obama has broken his pledge not to raise taxes on the middle class. But White House officials say not so fast.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
The High Court's 5-4 ruling last week makes President Obama's signature legislation Constitutional.
(Speaker Boehner) "This law will bankrupt our nation and put the government in charge of everyone's healthcare. This is the wrong direction."
Republican House Speaker John Boehner, on CBS' "Face the Nation," saying the law amounts to the largest tax increase on the poor and middle class in U.S. history. The White House disputes that, still not calling it a tax, but rather...
(Lew) "A penalty for those who can afford insurance and choose not to buy it."
...White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew on "FOX News Sunday." Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he'll repeal the law if elected President in November.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
WATCH White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew's interview on "FOX News Sunday" HERE:
WATCH Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's interview about the healthcare law on "FOX News Sunday" HERE: