What's your opinion on the Gop's replacement proposal for obamacare?

Luddly Neddite

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Well, isn't that shocking?

NOT.

But hey, its the pubs. After "die now" , this is the best they can do.
 

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If they just repeal that 1,200 plus page monstrosity that Pelosi told us we would find out what's in it....AFTER THE FACT, and return to the status quo...it'll be perfectly okay by me. And I don't have that so called insurance that even the middle class can't afford with those outrageously expensive deductibles...much less the welfare crowd being able to pay THEM. But what else is new there? Doctors and hospitals WERE FORCED TO TREAT THEM TO BEGIN WITH BEFORE THAT MESS and WE already paid for it.
 

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"What's your opinion on the Gop's replacement proposal for obamacare?

One can't have an opinion concerning something that doesn't exist.
Very similar to not having an opinion on some 1200 or 1500 page monstrosity that did exist but the democrats wouldn't tell us what it was all about EITHER...until they rammed it down taxpayer's throats.
 

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The truth, indeed, is something that liberals, for whatever reason, instinctively dislike. Every conservative who tells the truth is unpopular, and even when, by the sheer strength of their case, they prevail, he or she is labeled a scoundrel.
  • H.L. Mencken with a few minor changes by P.K. Porker
Porker

What is it with lying RWs that they lie about what other people say?

Those changes are NOT "minor".

Those changes are a LIE.

:eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar:
 
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The truth, indeed, is something that liberals, for whatever reason, instinctively dislike. Every conservative who tells the truth is unpopular, and even when, by the sheer strength of their case, they prevail, he or she is labeled a scoundrel.
  • H.L. Mencken with a few minor changes by P.K. Porker
Porker

What is it with lying RWs that they lie about what other people say?

Those changes are NOT "minor".

Those changes are a LIE.

:eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar::eusa_liar:
I don't know, what? What do you mean by "minor"? As in under 18 years of age? insignificant? a lower class or standing?

Did I use the word "minor" somewhere along the line that has you confused?
 

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From the OP link (oh, this is rich):





Caroline Behringer, the eagle-eyed press secretary for Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee, was suspicious that this “urgent” and “explosive” new proposal had just been “devised.” So she did some sleuthing and discovered that the Republicans had lifted the thing — right down to quotes in the news release — from the rollout of the same proposal a year earlier.

This “new” plan in fact had something old, something borrowed and something blue: a two-page explainer borrowing virtually the same 700 words from the 2014 version and set in the same robin’s-egg blue font. The only thing that appeared to be new was the name of Upton, substituted for that of Sen. Tom Coburn (Okla.), who “unveiled” the plan with Hatch and Burr in 2014 but has since retired.

The nine bullet points were identical, as was the description of the Patient Choice, Affordability, Responsibility and Empowerment (CARE) Act as “a legislative plan that repeals Obamacare and replaces it with common-sense, patient-focused reforms that reduce health care costs and increase access to affordable, high-quality care.” The first 359 words of the news release were the same as those in the previous year’s model, with the exception of Upton’s quote. Burr’s quote (“The American people have found out what is in Obamacare — broken promises. . . .”) remained the same.




Democrats: if it's not broke, don't fix it.
Republicans: if it's fixed, break it.
 

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