Love our President more and more each day! So grateful that he is supporting both Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy on their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. The Whores from the press will be all over this in their questions today. The fact that their messiah’s one domestic accomplishment might go up in smokes means that they have to go right back at it with Sarah and the WH.
The problem for the Uniparty is that their bipartisan proposal is dying a slow death right in front of their eyes and Crazy Bernie, Pocahontas, Booker, Gillabrand, Harris, Baldwin etc. decided to introduce Single Payer for all today.
Democrats are pissed off with Lucifer because he is saying that he will back the bill if his Arizona Governor is in favor of it. Problem for Democrats and Lucifer is that the Governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, helped in flushing out the final particulars in the bill.
Folks, they have every reason to be SCARED!
From the article linked above:
President Donald Trump let Republican senators working on an eleventh-hour effort to repeal Obamacare know he is rooting for them, without explicitly supporting the legislation.
GOP senators Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina, and Bill Cassidy, of Louisiana, introduced a bill Wednesday to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with block grants to states, who would determine how to help people pay for health care. Their effort comes as Tennessee Republican Senator Lamar Alexander is working with Washington Democratic Senator Patty Murray to craft a bipartisan, short-term Obamacare fix.
“I applaud the Senate for continuing to work toward a solution to relieve the disastrous Obamacare burden on the American people,” Trump said in a statement. “As I have continued to say, inaction is not an option, and I sincerely hope that Senators Graham and Cassidy have found a way to address the Obamacare crisis.”
The repeal bill was introduced on the same day that Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, an independent, rolled out a so-called Medicare-for-All measure that would extend government-provided insurance to all Americans.
Senator John McCain, one of three Republican senators who voted against repeal in July and scuttled the entire effort, said Wednesday he supports Graham-Cassidy but won’t back it until he hears from top officials in his home state of Arizona about its effects on the state.