Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Trompstercare lives!

BI: An increasing number of House Republicans have shifted to the "repair" terminology when referring to the Obamacare issue."I think it is more accurate to say repair Obamacare because, for example, in the reconciliation procedure that we have in the Senate, we can't repeal all of Obamacare," Sen. Lamar Alexander, the chair of the Senate Health Committee, said last week.Also last week, Sen. Orrin Hatch, the head of the Senate Finance Committee, told CNN that the GOP wanted to "try and repair the law."There may also be a source for the change. Bloomberg reported that conservative pollster Frank Luntz told Republicans at a summit in Philadelphia that the "repair" language was more amenable to Americans and to use it instead of "repeal and replace."Ryan told Fox News, however, that repair still meant repeal and replace."To repair [the] American healthcare system, you have to repeal and replace this law, and that's what we're doing," he said in an interview with "Fox & Friends."
Our president is a healer! 

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