Republicans Justify Less Freedom Instead of Full Repeal
GOP Leaders use difficult political language on purpose to avoid a full repeal of Obamacare.
Using fancy words to sound smart and fig leafs as political roadblocks doesn’t justify anything short of a clean repeal.
Republicans fear the Democrat’s filibuster in the Senate.
In a nutshell, Paul Ryan (51%) wants three phases to Repeal & Replace: Reconciliation, De-Regulation, and New Legislation.
First, “and replace” didn’t become part of the Obamacare debate until the 2016 election and AFTER Trump became the nominee. Republicans voted 52 times to repeal Obamacare while he was President. None of those votes included a replacement plan.
Second, Ryan’s plan is like Jenga – take out the wrong plank at the wrong time and the whole thing collapses.
There is only one way to destroy the Death Star and Paul Ryan is not Luke Skywalker.
I disagree with Ryan’s way of thinking, because its premise is that Government cannot be made smaller. Anything short of full repeal is acceptance that government should be involved in healthcare – at that point, we are merely arguing degrees of involvement.
How much cancer is acceptable?
Republicans should first push through a full repeal. Clean language. Simple. Straightforward. This is what keeping promises looks like.
Then, when the Democrats filibuster, let them talk until they pass out on the Senate floor. We will find out how many Democrats really are willing to exhaust themselves for their beliefs. Eventually, biology will win. They cannot talk forever.
Let the Democrats show America that they are willing to go unconscious for Obamacare.
When the final Democrat hits the ground, the filibuster will be over. Vote the repeal through with a simple majority (Google Two-Speech Rule).
After the Senate passes it. Trump signs it into law. Obamacare is dead. Cancer in remission.
Politicians use difficult language to hide their actions. Confusion is a self-preservation tactic. It is to the advantage of careerists to argue that a bill’s feasibility of passing is what’s most important (but we’ll cover that another time).
Accepting lesser forms of freedom under the guise of bipartisanship is why America needs to be made great again.
Conservatives protect America by risking political careers for personal freedoms.
Remember, Congress writes law. There is literally nothing Congress can’t make into law (constitutionality is another matter).
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