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Obamacare Repeal Might Have Just Died Tonight

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posted on Feb, 3 2017 @ 08:31 AM
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The republicans cant come up with a better plan because the ACA (obamacare) is from their plan. It was the alternative plan to Hillary Clinton's health care plan in the 90's. It has the elements they wanted to begin with, so no where to go but fix it.




posted on Feb, 3 2017 @ 08:50 AM
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or admit, at least to themselves, that hillary was right to begin with, throw a wrench into the system like repealing the law with nothing to replace it, let the system crash and then blame obama for leaving us with a socialist plan being the only option...



posted on Feb, 3 2017 @ 10:26 AM
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February 3, 2017

It appears that Senators need a strong leader on the Repeal/Replace/Repair issue. They're fracturing badly, and President Trump shut-down his input after visiting that Republican Retreat in PA. last week.

"Two leading Republicans said this week that they would be open to repairing the Affordable Care Act instead of repealing and replacing it, which has been the GOP's stated plan for years.

Senators Orrin Hatch and Lamar Alexander said they will consider repairing Obamacare in hearings this week, the Washingon Post reported Friday. “I think of it as a collapsing bridge," Alexander said. "You send in a rescue team and you go to work to repair it so that nobody else is hurt by it and you start to build a new bridge, and only when that new bridge is complete, people can drive safely across it, do you close the old bridge. When it’s complete, we can close the old bridge, but in the meantime, we repair it.

No one is talking about repealing anything until there is a concrete practical alternative to offer Americans in its place.” On Thursday, Hatch chimed in at another panel. He said he “could stand either” repealing or repairing the law. “I’m saying I’m open to anything. Anything that will improve the system, I’m for,” he said.""

www.thedailybeast.com...



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