|Repeal Obamacare with.....still wondering what they're doing.|
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Republicans spent nearly a decade trying to defeat healthcare reform. The Affordable Care Act or best known as Obamacare has been a thorn for Republicans. Now that they have control of the state governorships, the state legislatures, the Congress and the White House, Republicans are all but certain willing to repeal the healthcare law and find a "replacement" to it.
There's just one problem.
They don't have a replacement.
The Washington Post obtained recorded audio from the Republican retreat in Philadelphia. The Republicans are figuring out ways to repeal the massive law without taking away millions of Americans who signed up for it.
By law, you must enroll into a healthcare marketplace if you can't get insurance from an employer or face a tax penalty on your next filing. If you refuse to get enrolled for health insurance, you could face a hefty fine.
Some Republicans feared that for all the bluster and talk, they can't figure out how to replace a law that is actually working. The members scramble for ideas as the fuhrer is demanding a full repeal of the law.
Donald J. Trump's first week in office was marred by controversy. It has gotten major attention from world leaders fearing that his unpredictable and volatile behavior could cause tensions globally.
Republicans have long complained that the law was intentionally making healthcare expensive.
They cite private healthcare insurers opting out of the exchanges as an example.
The law signed by then President Barack Obama went into effect in 2010. The Republicans and their extremist allies have long sought to have the bill (ah law) repealed.
When the insurgency bubbled up, Democrats cautiously walked across the Capitol holding hands while a bunch of rancorous White folks belittled them and one even spat on Rep. Emanuel Clever (D-MO).
They took it to the Supreme Court in 2012 and 2015. They sought to strip out some of the healthcare by a court ruling. Under the John Roberts court, the Supreme Court ruled that the law is valid and it cited state laws requiring car insurance as a factor. Although some of the law lost a tad bit of luster, the law still mainstream and people are signing up for it.
House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) continue to lay out a plan to repeal the law but are uncertain if they have enough support from fellow Republicans who just want the law gone in its entirety.
When asked about the plan, most Republicans revert to the talking points and the same old shit that was underhanded pitched by the likes of agitators like Sean "Softball" Hannity.
"One of the flaws with Obamacare ---there were many -- was that Nancy Pelosi literally wrote the bill in a room with maybe two or three other people the night before the vote and nobody read the bill before they voted on it," said Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA).
Mind you Scalise is a moron and devout White extremist.
The law in its entirety is massive and it was carved into nearly 2,000 pages identifying all the elements to the law. Scalise choose not to read it. He and many Cracker Belt Republicans have no intentions on strengthening the law or finding suitable replacements.
All they believe is the law is killing Whites and their mission is to stop it. Because good and health Black, Hispanic, Native and Asian Americans means White minority.
Yeah, I said it.
I believe that Republicans are determined to preserve the little power they have on White America.
Trump's victory is a setback to progress.
Think about how many votes we could have if people went out to vote. It takes a village to make a city and believe me the young voters are people like my inept younger co-workers and manager who refuse to vote but in turn pout that we have this guy as the leader.