Here is more on the new healthcare bill, (same as the old healthcare bill ?) posted elsewhere
Finally—someone [Dana Loesch] speaks exactly what I have been thinking.. (addresses what I have been wondering about, etc) re this new healthcare bill.
I trust Dana L. b/c for one thing, she is a true conservative.. hey, just like Ted Cruz, Jim Jordan, Rand Paul and Mark Meadows (NC)!
who are (along w/ Marco Rubio and others) against the “new” healthcare plan,
which really does appear to be “Obamacare Lite”
Some Republicans in Congress are trying to shove this down our throats, saying such disingenuous things as (paraphrase) “It is this or Obamacare, those are the only 2 options.”
Gee... that sounds familiar, doesn't it? (limited options)
Why don't they just get rid of Obamacare outright, or as Trump suggested, let it fail on it's own, which I say has already happened.. then go from there, something I have been advocating (despite confusion about a few things) for a long time?
The tax credits in this plan go to the insurance companies! Oh right, we really need to give insurance companies more money and power, don't we? I don't have a problem with them earning a profit, even a considerable profit, but good grief...
I smell: lobbyists.. special interests... politicians...
I smell swamp
As Dana Loesch said, we the People are being “given the middle finger”!
I was right all along to trust Ted Cruz & Co, even while not always fully understanding (all that I now understand). Of course only God understands all, but I feel I have studied this issue more than most “everyday Americans”
I still wonder why it is that the new healthcare bill is filibuster-proof as is, yet if they were to add the across-state-lines aspect, that could be filibustered? Why is that? I feel we are not being told all the details. Frankly, I feel we are being lied to again, but I cannot prove it..
In any case, I do know one thing, after listening to Paul Ryan “explain” the new bill (explain what he wanted to explain, that is):
My first reaction was that he was (came across as) disingenuous at the end of the presentation, when he essentially said that we have no other options.
That was a serious red flag 2 me.. and presumably, I speak for many others.
As Tom Cotton said (paraphrase) Let's take the time to do it right
I thought “few options” was an Obamacare thing.. a Democrat thing, a liberal thing.. an un-American thing?
I say limited options is usually a scary thing
Get outa here with that