Having tried to force one repeal bill after another and failing, what should the GOP do now?
Why not try and include the Democrats in the discussion? What a novel idea?
Why not do what the Democrats failed to do in creating the ACA?
If they in good faith try and negotiate a repeal and replace with some Democrats support, what is wrong with it?
Senator McCain, please lead this effort since this was the very thing you asked for when you single handed voted against the GOP plan.
There's this thing called universal healthcare we should be looking into. Not hard to implement in this f*cked up country.
This country is not so bad or as bad as some on the left wants to portray. We are exceptional in so many ways and don't tell me that is a loaded word... I wrote a whole article explaining that term and I back it up with facts. As messy as democracy is, I prefer this over any other form of government. Look at Venezuela and Greece and Cuba and you will see what I mean...
"Not hard to implement"?? That must be why Democrats settled for abomination of the ACA - because it isn't hard to institute universal healthcare.
The Democrats have a socialist mantra i.e. universal healthcare. They believe that such healthcare should be mandatory. The Democrats believe that the government should take care of people instead of people paying for their own services. American healthcare was perfectly fine before Obummler took charge, instituting socialistic healthcare which have proven to be more cumbersome instead of beneficial. But don't tell SOME liberals that, they want that universal healthcare & they INTEND to keep it w/other inane social programs which are slowly socioeconomically bankrupting America. Obummler +Democrats=Socialist------>--------------->Communist! They want America to be.....ONE, BIG WELFARE STATE!
by Jack Lee 3 years ago
Here are the 7 -"Arizona's John McCain, Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, Ohio's Rob Portman, Tennessee's Lamar Alexander, West Virginia's Shelley Moore Capito, Nevada's Dean Heller, and Maine's Susan Collins were the dissenting GOP Senators on the Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act (ORRA) Wednesday....
by Eric Seidel 3 years ago
Can anyone explain the Affordable Care Act to me?I was honestly going to make a Hub about this, asking this very question, and I had written 800 something words on the subject. Ok actually it's more like a mild rant, but I think this would be better as a Hubpages question rather than a Hub that no...
by promisem 3 years ago
http://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/trump-eo-233950Note the steady decline in employer and Medicare costs on the attached chart from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and other sources.
by Jack Lee 3 years ago
What do you think about the new House passed bill to repeal and replace the ACA?Unfortunately, it was voted down party line and no Democrats voted for it.A few Conservative Republicans voted against it as a protest vote.They thought it did not go far enough to reduce the federal government...
by Hi-Jinks 10 years ago
Would support of Universal Healthcare increase if money wasn't an issue?My feeling is that many if not all the people of the Right would still be against Healthcare for everyone if it included the poor.
by TimTurner 11 years ago
Ok, I'm tired of all the people that think your healthcare won't change for the worse with government run (or helped) healthcare goes through.But has anyone in this forum EVER went to a County or State hospital before? Any of you?I have. It was disgusting. There was one doctor for...
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