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Empty Bench: Dems Turn To Out-Of-Office, Dem-Bashing Beshear For Rebuttal

- February 27, 2017

In Beshear, Democrats Have Selected A Spokesman Who Aggressively Pursued Obamacare Expansion, Was Repeatedly Mired In Controversy As Governor, And Has Openly Criticized His Own Party


TOP TAKEAWAYS

  • With few Democrats holding elected office these days, Nancy Pelosi & Chuck Schumer chose former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to deliver the Democrat response to President Trump's first joint address to Congress.
  • Beshear has condemned his own party, saying that it has "lost its way," and he holds positions on policy issues that go against the Democrat party platform.
  • As Governor of Kentucky, Steve Beshear's "signature accomplishment" was the expansion of Obamacare in Kentucky, which has led to fewer healthcare insurers in Kentucky and higher premiums.
  • Kentucky voters responded to these actions by electing Republican Governor Matt Bevin in a "landslide" victory to replace Beshear after he campaigned on a promise to end Kentucky's state-based health insurance exchange due to its redundancy and higher premiums.
  • Beshear's administration has been charged with improperly steering a no-bid contract to a company with ties to the administration, soliciting employees to make campaign contributions to Democrats, and leaving behind $19.6 billion in unfunded liabilities in the pension system.

Steve Beshear, The Former Governor Of Kentucky, Will Deliver The Democrat Response To President Trump's First Joint Address To Congress. "U.S. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Charles E. Schumer today announced that Steven Beshear, who was the 61st Governor of Kentucky, will deliver the Democratic response to President Donald Trump's first joint address to Congress next week." (Press Release, "Pelosi, Schumer Announce Democratic Response To President Trump's Joint Address To Congress," Office Of Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi , 2/24/17)

BESHEAR AGGRESSIVELY EXPANDED OBAMACARE IN HIS STATE WHICH HAS REDUCED THE AMOUNT OF HEALTHCARE PLANS AND INCREASED PREMIUMS

Beshear's "Signature Achievement" Was The Expansion Of Obamacare In Kentucky

Kentucky's Expansion Of ObamaCare In Kentucky Is Beshear's "Signature Achievement." "Seeking to defend his signature achievement, Gov. Steve Beshear on Friday made an impassioned appeal to Gov.-elect Matt Bevin not to dismantle Kentucky's expansion of health care under the Affordable Care Act." (Deborah Yetter, "Beshear To Bevin: Keep Health Care Expansion," Courier-Journal , 11/13/15)

Kentucky's State-Based Exchange Shut Its Doors While Beshear Was Still In Office, Citing Significant Financial Problems

Kentucky Health Cooperative Inc., Kentucky's Largest Private Provider Of Kynect Health Insurance Policies, Went Out Of Business In 2015. "The largest private provider of health insurance policies on Kynect, Kentucky's health insurance exchange, is going out of business. The Louisville-based Kentucky Health Cooperative Inc. announced Friday that it will end current memberships on Dec. 31 and will not add new members because of financial problems. It will not offer health insurance plans on Kynect when open enrollment for 2016 coverage starts on Nov. 1." (Jack Brammer, "Kentucky Health Cooperative Going Out Of Business; 51,000 Insurance Customers Affected," Lexington Herald-Leader , 10/9/15)

  • Kynect Was Kentucky's Health Insurance Exchange. "He also pledged to dismantle kynect, Kentucky's health insurance exchange, which offers outreach and education about health coverage and an online site where people can shop for health plans." (Deborah Yetter, "Beshear To Bevin: Keep Health Care Expansion," Courier-Journal , 11/13/15)

The ObamaCare Created Co-Op Lost $50 Million In 2014, "After Selling 75 Percent Of The Private Insurance Policies Purchased On Kynect In Its First Year." "The co-op, financed by loans under the reform law, lost $50 million last year after selling 75 percent of the private insurance policies purchased on Kynect in its first year. That was far more than the 30,000 customers it was projected to lure." (Jack Brammer, "Kentucky Health Cooperative Going Out Of Business; 51,000 Insurance Customers Affected," Lexington Herald-Leader , 10/9/15)

  • The Co-Op Was Unable To Recover When The Federal Government Announced It Would Provide Just 12.6 Percent Of The Money Requested By Insurance Providers Through The Assistance Program." "'We were on track to reverse direction and begin operating in the black, and we expected this to come about in 2016,' Jennings said. But the federal government announced last week that it would provide just 12.6 percent of the money requested by insurance providers through the assistance program." (Jack Brammer, "Kentucky Health Cooperative Going Out Of Business; 51,000 Insurance Customers Affected," Lexington Herald-Leader , 10/9/15)
  • "Kentucky Had Hoped To Get $77 Million But Got $9.7 Million." "Kentucky had hoped to get $77 million but got $9.7 million, he said." (Jack Brammer, "Kentucky Health Cooperative Going Out Of Business; 51,000 Insurance Customers Affected," Lexington Herald-Leader , 10/9/15)

At The End Of Beshear's Tenure As Governor Of Kentucky, Premiums Were Skyrocketing In Kentucky

Premium Increases For 2016 Were In The Double Digits For Three Out Of Four Insurance Providers In Kentucky. "Anthem BCBS = 12.2 percent increase; CareSource Kentucky = 11.83 percent increase (network is bigger and plans are available in additional counties in 2016).; Humana = 5.2 percent increase; Wellcare Health Plans = 10.98 percent decrease; Kentucky Health Cooperative (an ACA-created CO-OP) = 25.1 percent increase - this is no longer applicable, since all Kentucky Health CO-OP members had to transition to other carriers for 2016." (Louise Norris, "Kentucky Marketplace History And News," Healthinsurance.org , 1/29/17)

Healthcare Providers Have Fled Kentucky Under Obamacare, Giving State Residents Fewer And Fewer Options

Approved Premium Hikes For The Three Remaining Exchange Plans For 2017 Were All Higher Than 20 Percent. "The Kentucky Department of Insurance published the following average rate increases for the remaining carriers that are offering individual plans in the exchange in 2017: Anthem BCBS (in all 120 counties) = 22.9 percent (approved as filed); CareSource Kentucky (expanding into 15 new counties, for a total of 61 counties in 2017)= 29.3 percent (higher than the 20.55 percent rate increase CareSource had proposed); Humana (only in Jefferson County) = 31 percent (lower than the 33.7 percent Humana had proposed)" (Louise Norris, "Kentucky Marketplace History And News," Healthinsurance.org , 1/29/17)

Anthem Continued To Offer Coverage, But Only Offered An HMO Plan In 74 Of 120 Counties Resulting In Fewer Choices For Consumers In The Majority Of Kentucky Counties. "Anthem is continuing to offer coverage in all 120 counties in Kentucky (and is the only carrier doing so), but in 74 of those counties, they're only offering HMO plans for 2017. So consumers may have a more difficult time finding a plan that will let them continue to see their doctor of choice, particularly in the counties where Anthem is the only option." (Louise Norris, "Kentucky Marketplace History And News," Healthinsurance.org , 1/29/17)

  • United Healthcare Exited The Kentucky Exchange At The End Of 2016. "At the end of 2016, UnitedHealthcare exited the Kentucky exchange, including both the individual and small business (SHOP) exchange. They also exited the individual market in Kentucky outside the exchange, although they are continuing to offer small group plans outside the exchange. 2016 was the first year that United had offered plans in the Kentucky exchange (more details below in the rates section)." (Louise Norris, "Kentucky Marketplace History And News," Healthinsurance.org , 1/29/17)
  • Aetna Also Exited The Public Exchanges In Kentucky At The End Of 2016. "Aetna also exited the exchange in Kentucky, where they offered plans in 10 counties in 2016. But they are continuing to offer off-exchange plans in the state. Aetna's exit from the exchange was confirmed in mid-August, after rate proposals for 2017 had been publicized. Aetna's rate increase (5.6 percent, lower than the 7.6 percent the carrier had proposed) was far lower than the other three carriers that remained in the exchange, but ended up only applying outside the exchange." (Louise Norris, "Kentucky Marketplace History And News," Healthinsurance.org , 1/29/17)
  • Baptist Health, Which Enrolled About 7,000 People In Kentucky, Also Withdrew From The Kentucky Exchanges At The End Of 2016. "In early October, the Kentucky Department of Insurance confirmed that Baptist Health would exit the individual market at the end of 2016, although their off-exchange enrollees can keep their coverage through March 2017. The carrier's exit left about 7,000 people needing to find new coverage for 2017. Baptist Health indicated that they had enrolled more individual market members than anticipated in 2016, and that the ACA's risk assessments were 'unsustainable by a corporation the size of Baptist Health Plan.' Baptist Health is continuing to offer coverage in Kentucky's small group market, with an average rate increase of 12.57 percent for 2017." (Louise Norris, "Kentucky Marketplace History And News," Healthinsurance.org , 1/29/17)

Governor Beshear Used Reportedly Faulty Job Creation Numbers To Justify His Support For Expanding Obamacare In Kentucky

Then-Governor Beshear Justified His Decision To Expand Medicaid In Kentucky By Citing The "Undisputed Fact" That The Program Had Already Added 12,000 Jobs. "In defending his decision to expand Medicaid in Kentucky, Gov. Steve Beshear has repeatedly cited what he calls an 'undisputed fact' -- that the program has already added 12,000 jobs to the state's economy." (Chris Otts, "Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Has Not Produced Jobs Beshear Claims," WDRB , 11/25/15)

Beshear Said "It's Real Data… It Happened." "'These numbers are not Gov. Beshear's political talking points,' Beshear told reporters at a Nov. 13 press conference. 'They're not my hopes and my dreams. It's real data… It happened.'" (Chris Otts, "Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Has Not Produced Jobs Beshear Claims," WDRB , 11/25/15)

  • "But The Numbers Were Projections - Not Actual Data - And The Job Growth Beshear Has Touted Hasn't Materialized." (Chris Otts, "Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Has Not Produced Jobs Beshear Claims," WDRB , 11/25/15)

More Than 3,000 Jobs Were Supposed To Be Added At Hospitals In 2014, But In That Year Hospital Employment Declined By 2,660 In That Year. "For example, more than 3,000 jobs were supposed to be added at hospitals alone in 2014 as hundreds of thousands of newly insured people got services under Medicaid, according to the study's estimate. But instead, hospital employment in Kentucky declined by 2,660 jobs, to 72,760, in 2014, according to government data." (Chris Otts, "Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Has Not Produced Jobs Beshear Claims," WDRB , 11/25/15)

The 12,000 Jobs Estimate Used By Beshear Came From A Study By Deloitte, "The Same Company That Received A $125 Million Contract To Build Kentucky's Health Insurance Exchange." "The 12,000-jobs estimate comes from a February study by Deloitte Consulting LLP -- the same company that received a $125 million contract to build Kentucky's health insurance exchange, Kynect." (Chris Otts, "Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Has Not Produced Jobs Beshear Claims," WDRB , 11/25/15)

  • "Beshear's Administration Paid Deloitte $140,000 To Produce The Study Without Advertising The Work Separately To Other Consulting Firms." "Beshear's administration paid Deloitte $140,000 to produce the study without advertising the work separately to other consulting firms, according to officials with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services." (Chris Otts, "Kentucky Medicaid Expansion Has Not Produced Jobs Beshear Claims," WDRB , 11/25/15)

After Promising To End Kentucky's Participation In Kynect, Matt Bevin Won A Landside Victory To Become The Next Governor Of Kentucky

Kynect Was Kentucky's Health Insurance Exchange. "He also pledged to dismantle kynect, Kentucky's health insurance exchange, which offers outreach and education about health coverage and an online site where people can shop for health plans." (Deborah Yetter, "Beshear To Bevin: Keep Health Care Expansion," Courier-Journal , 11/13/15)

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin Ended His State's Participation In Kynect, Kentucky's ObamaCare Exchange. "Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is making good on his campaign promise to close the doors on Kynect, the state's Obamacare exchange. While Democratic former Governor Steve Beshear and a handful of Obamacare supporters have made waves about that decision, it has raised a bigger question: Does it make sense to run a state-based exchange?" (Josh Archambault, "3 Reasons Gov. Matt Bevin Is Wise To Close Kentucky's ObamaCare Exchange," Forbes , 7/7/16)

Governor Bevin Beat His Democratic Challenger In A "Landslide" Victory. "In November, he beat his Democratic challenger in a landslide during a very good year for Kentucky Republicans, who are having a renaissance of sorts in a state where the top executive jobs had been dominated by Democrats." (Amber Phillips, "Kentucky, Once An ObamaCare Exchange Success Story, Now Moves To Shut It Down," The Washington Post , 1/14/16)

  • "One Of Bevin's Most Prominent Campaign Promises Was To End Kynect…" "One of Bevin's most prominent campaign promises was to end kynect and roll back the Medicaid expansion led by his predecessor, the popular former Democratic governor, Steve Beshear." (Amber Phillips, "Kentucky, Once An ObamaCare Exchange Success Story, Now Moves To Shut It Down," The Washington Post , 1/14/16)

Governor Bevin Called The State-Based Market "Redundant" Given The Federal ObamaCare Market. "Bevin campaigned on repealing the state-based exchange, known as Kynect and built with nearly $300 million in federal grants, calling the marketplace redundant when the federal government oversees Obamacare enrollment for 38 states." (Rachana Pradhan, "Kentucky Begins Dismantling ObamaCare Exchange," Politico , 1/12/16)

GOVERNOR BESHEAR'S ADMINISTRATION WAS MIRED IN CONTROVERSY, ALLEGEDLY IMPROPERLY AWARDING A CONTRACT, SOLICITING CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS, AND A HUGE SHORTFALL IN THE PENSION PROGRAM

On His Last Day In Office, Beshear's Administration Improperly Steered A $3 Million No-Bid Contract To A Company With Significant Ties To The Administration

Beshear's Administration Was Charged With Improperly Steering A Contract To A Politically Connected Company. "Kentucky's Republican governor on Tuesday ordered an investigation into what he described as wrongdoing under his Democratic predecessor, charging that state employees were coerced into contributing to political campaigns and that a contract was improperly steered to a politically connected company." (Richard Perez-Pena, "Matt Bevin, Kentucky Governor, Orders Inquiry Into Beshear Administration," The New York Times , 4/19/16)

The Beshear Administration Awarded This Contract On Its Last Day In Office. "Records have revealed that on its last day in office, Kentucky's Steve Beshear administration awarded a no-bid contract of about $3 million to a technology company that retains the husband of one of Beshear's top officials as a consultant and employs one of Beshear's former officials as a lobbyist." ("Records Show Firm With Beshear Ties Won Last-Day Contract," WKYT , 2/24/16)

A Former State Official Close To Beshear Plead Guilty To Steering "Contracts Related To The Health Plan For State Employees To A Company That Paid Him Kickbacks." "A former state official close to the Beshears, Timothy M. Longmeyer, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a federal bribery charge, a case Mr. Bevin referred to in calling for a new investigation. As a member of Steve Beshear's cabinet, Mr. Longmeyer steered contracts related to the health plan for state employees to a company that paid him kickbacks. Mr. Longmeyer briefly served this year as a deputy attorney general, under Andy Beshear, before resigning." (Richard Perez-Pena, "Matt Bevin, Kentucky Governor, Orders Inquiry Into Beshear Administration," The New York Times , 4/19/16)

Senior Officials In The Beshear Administration Improperly Solicited Campaign Donations From Lower Level Employees For Democrat Candidates

A Report Found That "Officials Of The Beshear Administration Engaged In 'Wholesale Violations Of State Law' In Soliciting State Employees To Make Contributions To Democratic Candidates And Campaigns." "For years officials of the Beshear administration engaged in 'wholesale violations of state law' in soliciting state employees to make contributions to Democratic candidates and campaigns, according to a report by a law firm commissioned by the Bevin administration." (Tom Loftus, "Report: Beshear Officials Shook Down 16 Workers," Courier-Journal , 1/11/17)

  • Senior Managers And Officials Solicited, Through Pressure And Coercion, Non-Merit Employees To Make Campaign Contributions. "'The investigation has revealed the apparently endemic practice by certain senior managers and officials in the administration of former Gov. Steven L. Beshear of soliciting - and in some cases pressuring and coercing - non-merit employees to make campaign contributions,' concludes the report dated Monday by the law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister." (Tom Loftus, "Report: Beshear Officials Shook Down 16 Workers," Courier-Journal , 1/11/17)

The Report Says The Illegal Contributions Were Mainly Made To The 2015 Campaigns Of Democrats Jack Conway For Governor And Andy Beshear For Attorney General." "The report is based on interviews with 16 anonymous state employees and is titled 'Pay to Stay' - a reference to its conclusion that in some cases politically appointed workers in the Beshear administration were pressured by top officials to make contributions or risk losing their jobs. The 18-page report says the illegal contributions it alleges were mostly made to the 2015 campaigns of Democrats Jack Conway for governor and Andy Beshear for attorney general." (Tom Loftus, "Report: Beshear Officials Shook Down 16 Workers," Courier-Journal , 1/11/17)

  • Andy Beshear Is Steve Beshear's Son. "An analysis by The Courier-Journal shows that all of the 17 Beshear appointees on the board, or their spouses, gave to the current campaign of Andy Beshear, the governor's son, for attorney general." ("U Of L trustees Give Big To Beshear Causes," Courier-Journal , 7/30/15)

Beshear Left The Pension System With $19.6 Billion In Unfunded Liabilities, And Used His Influence To Arrange Meetings Between Kentucky Retirement Systems And His Political Supporters While In Office

An Audit Found That Beshear Left The Kentucky Retirement System With "$19.6 Billion In Unfounded Liabilities For All Of Its Pension And Insurance Plans Combined," Up More Than 10 Percent From The Year Before. "Kentucky's massive pension shortfall swelled by close to $2 billion over the past year even as the state continues to pump millions in new funding into the system for government workers. According to numbers from a draft audit report Thursday, Kentucky Retirement Systems now faces $19.6 billion unfunded liabilities for all of its pension and insurance plans combined. That's up more than 10 percent from last year when the shortfall totaled $17.7 billion." (Mike Wynn, "Ky. Retirement System Faces $19.6B Shortfall," Courier-Journal , 11/19/15)

Twice During His Administration, "Beshear's Office Called The Kentucky Retirement Systems To Suggest Meetings With Two Of The Governor's Democratic Political Supporters Who Were Working On Behalf Of Private Investment Companies." "At least twice in recent years, Gov. Steve Beshear's office called the Kentucky Retirement Systems to suggest meetings with two of the governor's Democratic political supporters who were working on behalf of private investment companies. The supporters were Mark Guilfoyle, a Northern Kentucky lawyer and lobbyist who helped lead Beshear's 2007 transition team, and Jill Daschle, wife of the then-executive director of the Democratic Governors Association and daughter-in-law of former U.S. Senate leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D." (John Cheaves, "Beshear's Office Sought Meetings For Political Allies At Pension Agency," Lexington Herald-Leader , 5/25/11)

  • A Worker At The Kentucky Retirement Systems Said That "The Only Reason I Took The Meeting Is That I Was Called By The Governor's Office." "'The only reason I took the meeting is that I was called by the governor's office and asked to meet with Guilfoyle and his client,' Burnside said. 'I received a similar request from an aide to the governor to meet with Jill Daschle, (who) had a client trying to do business with KRS as well.'" (John Cheaves, "Beshear's Office Sought Meetings For Political Allies At Pension Agency," Lexington Herald-Leader , 5/25/11)

DESPITE BEING THE SPOKESPERSON FOR THE DEMOCRATS TONIGHT, BESHEAR HIMSELF HAS CRITICIZED HIS PARTY, AND HOLDS MANY POSITIONS THAT STAND IN SHARP CONTRAST TO THE DEMOCRAT PLATFORM

Beshear Spoke Critically Of The Shortcomings Of The Democrat Party In 2015, Saying The "Party Has Lost Its Way"

In The Wake Of 2014 Election Losses, Beshear Said That "The Democratic Party Has Lost Its Way." "Democrats have become a confused political party with a muddled message and an inability to turn out enough of its loyal voters, a party task force charged with how to revive the embattled party said Saturday. 'I am here to tell you the Democratic Party has lost its way,' said Gov. Steve Beshear of Kentucky, who presented the report to the Democratic National Committee WINTER." (David Lightman, "Beshear: 'Democratic Party Has Lost Its Way,'" Lexington Herald-Leader , 2/21/15)

  • Beshear Said That "The American People By Their Votes Don't Agree With Us." "Beshear talked tough about the DNC shortcomings. 'This should be the time for Democratic leaders to rise up to the forefront as defenders of the people and we think we have,' he said. But, he said, 'the American people by their votes don't agree with us.'" (David Lightman, "Beshear: 'Democratic Party Has Lost Its Way,'" Lexington Herald-Leader , 2/21/15)

Beshear Has Long Been An Ally Of Coal, Asking "Washington Bureaucrats" To "Get Off Our Backs!" When It Comes To Imposing "Arbitrary And Unreasonable Regulations On The Mining Of Coal"

In 2011, Beshear Said That "Washington Bureaucrats Continue To Try To Impose Arbitrary And Unreasonable Regulations On The Mining Of Coal. To Them I Say 'Get Off Our Backs! Get Off Our Backs!'" "Coal provides 90 percent of our electricity and - because our rates are low - has helped us build a robust manufacturing industry. But all that is in jeopardy because Washington bureaucrats continue to try to impose arbitrary and unreasonable regulations on the mining of coal. To them I say, 'Get off our backs! Get off our backs!'" ("Gov. Beshear Opposes New Smog Limits," Courier-Journal , 11/26/14)

Beshear's Administration Sued The EPA Over Coal Mining Permits. "Gov. Steve Beshear's administration and coal industry representatives have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over coal mining permits." (Dori Hjalmarson, "Coal Industry, Beshear Administration Sue EPA Over Coal Mining Permits," Lexington Herald-Leader , 10/19/10)

  • Beshear Said That "The Unreasonable Decisions Being Made By The EPA Threaten To End The Responsible Mining Of Coal And Eliminate The Jobs Of An Estimated 18,000 Kentucky Miners Who Depend On Mining For Their Livelihood." "'Kentucky can and does mine coal while at the same time protecting Kentucky's environment,' Beshear said in a news release. 'However, the arbitrary and unreasonable decisions being made by the EPA threaten to end the responsible mining of coal and eliminate the jobs of an estimated 18,000 Kentucky miners who depend on mining for their livelihood.'" (Dori Hjalmarson, "Coal Industry, Beshear Administration Sue EPA Over Coal Mining Permits," Lexington Herald-Leader , 10/19/10)

Beshear Personally Asked Obama To Block New Smog Limits, Saying That "The Growth Of Our Economy Depends On" The Standard Remaining The Same

Beshear Fought The EPA's Proposed Smog Standards In 2014. "Gov. Steve Beshear is fighting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed smog standards, though his language isn't as colorful as it was when he once told the EPA to 'get off our backs' in defense of the coal industry." ("Gov. Beshear Opposes New Smog Limits," Courier-Journal , 11/26/14)

Beshear Wrote To Then-President Obama "Urging Him To Block The New Smog Limits." "The Kentucky governor wrote on Friday to President Barack Obama, urging him to block the new smog limits. The president did not agree, and EPA dropped the ozone proposal on the American public as everyone was driving or flying to Thanksgiving dinner." ("Gov. Beshear Opposes New Smog Limits," Courier-Journal , 11/26/14)

  • Beshear Wrote "There Are Many Environmental Rules Driving Up Costs In Kentucky That Will Negatively Impact The Economy. A New Ozone Standard Does Not Have To Contribute To These Costs." "Concluding, Beshear wrote that 'there are many environmental rules driving up costs in Kentucky that will negatively impact the economy. A new ozone standard does not have to contribute to these costs.'" ("Gov. Beshear Opposes New Smog Limits," Courier-Journal , 11/26/14)
  • Beshear: "Keep The Standard The Same… The Growth Of Our Economy Depends On It." "Keep the standard the same, he wrote. 'The growth of our economy depends on it.'" ("Gov. Beshear Opposes New Smog Limits," Courier-Journal , 11/26/14)

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