The GOP will begin "passing laws" that "protect" Americans from ObamaCare. These bills include being able to keep your existing plan, keep your existing doctor, exempt you from pre-existing conditions, offer expanded Medicare elgibility ….
The midterms will be so much better for the GOP to campaign on their success of giving the country these much needed health care services that the tyranny of Obamacare was taking from you. You know, because the GOP wrote a bill saying so.
Thank you GOP for offering your health care improvements, of course all these things already exist in the ACA, but not in Obamacare.
Well the Bills won't go anywhere … it's just a tactic to NOT :
1. Pass any Jobs bills.
2. Pass legislation to enhance our infrastructure.
3. Do any thing about immigration.
4. to avoid fixing or addressing any other need this country has... i.e... another way to stifle and stalemate this country, keeping us all in a crap-hole, and making sure BO can't get any thing constructive done and will look like a failed President.
I think the resounding Theme of the Democrats for the 2014 Campaigns should be: "If you want your Government to work for you again, kick the obstructionist Republicans OUT !!"
Voted 42+ times to repeal a law but not once for a Jobs bill, or fix immigration, or any thing CONSTRUCTIVE ! The new GOTP - the DESTRUCTIVE Party !!
Why do people not see that the party that DOES NOT believe in Government does its best to make it FAIL ?? (i.e. they must prove their own pathetic theory!)
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