If Obamacare is not repealed, is it Trump's fault?

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    The problem with this argument is that it doesn't address the root cause- that we had added hundreds of thousands of new veterans to the system while older veterans were starting to age into it. In short, not enough money was allocated
     
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    Which hey knew would never get passed, The were just trying to look good to their voters. Now that they have a President that would not veto the bill and actually sign it they refuse to vote on the repeal
     
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    So what is the problem here?

    If ObamaCare deserves to be repealed, then just fucking repeal it.

    If it needs to maybe be fixed, then find a way to fix it.
     
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    Like a dog that catches the car they are chasing

    They don't know what to do with it
     
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    they know, they don't want to repeal it and lose their kickbacks from the pharmaceutical companies
     
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    That's what I asked you.
     
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    I already stated that. The deregulation of the HMO act allowed the profiteers to create a monopoly.

    According to the National Association of Home Builders, regulatory costs account for 29.8%. Neither you, nor the NAHB get specific what these regulations cover.

    Regulations Add a Whopping $84,671 to New Home Prices
     
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    Well if you're asking me then yes. You're that dumb.
     
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    yes, I will be forced to use it and suffer the piss poor service I will get due to it.


    and they never had a class on who does and doesn't pay into medicare and ss.

    thus proving, again, that you are not what you claim.
     
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    Of course not... the POTUS doesn't pass legislation. He either signs it or vetoes it once Congress has passed it.
     

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