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'It's still a BFD': Democrats applaud ruling upholding ObamaCare

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The Hill

Members of the Biden administration and Democratic lawmakers took to social media Thursday to praise the Supreme Court’s decision upholding ObamaCare against the latest Republican challenge. 

White House chief of staff Ron Klain tweeted, “It's still a BFD,” apparently referring to the abbreviation for “big f---ing deal,” a remark that then-Vice President Biden was recorded uttering to then-President Obama at the 2010 signing ceremony for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

The acronym went on to be used by both Obama’s reelection campaign and Biden’s 2020 campaign on products promoting efforts to protect and build on the health care legislation. 

Klain’s tweet came moments after the Supreme Court unveiled its 7-2 ruling stating that GOP challengers lacked standing to file a lawsuit against ObamaCare, making it the third major challenge thrown out by the high court in roughly a decade. :snip:

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