24% = show me the $$$

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    Like all the other bills, the newest one, sponsored by Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy, is horrendously unpopular, with only 24 percent support. The rushed and slipshod process around the bill means its consequences still aren’t well understood, but it’s clear enough that tens of millions of people would likely lose coverage if it passes, that several states represented by Republican senators would lose billions of dollars in federal funding, and that the bill badly violates President Trump’s campaign promise not to cut Medicaid.


    The GOP can't quit Obamacare repeal because of their donors

    show repeal/replace THE DOOR.
     
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    please explain the cut to medicaid
     
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    you need to get out more there sportboi ...

    no more funding medicaid expasnion ... killing medicaid has been on the Republitard agenda how long ?

    4fuknever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    stopping medicaid expansion is a cut? That doesnt make much sense.
     
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    The thing is that they had all summer to pull together a very well structured and organized bill. Hell, they've had seven years; there's really no excuse for their not having a comprehensive bill that truly fixes all that's wrong with healthcare and health insurance in the U.S. Were they to have actually developed such a bill, they'd also have had bipartisan support for it.
     
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    DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHH- ERRRRRPPPPPPPPPPPP .

    then explaining it to you is a waste of time ... stay stupid it suits you.
     
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    Its not a "cut" when you stop expansion.
     
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    No,explain how cutting expansion is a cut.

    This will be fun
     
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    DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHH- ERRRRRPPPPPPPPPPPP

    :lol:
     
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    Politics.....where not increasing something can be considered the same as decreasing it.
     
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