It would appear that Rand Paul is getting a little impatient with his collegues in Congress. As I have said over and over again and Sen Paul is proving, the Republicans are going soft. Actually they have always been soft on this.
“Consider Paul Ryan’s feel-good meeting with Senate Republicans on Tuesday. The House speaker trekked across the Capitol to reassure senators that lawmakers are making more progress toward repealing the health care law than the media are reporting.
But not everyone was buying it. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) left before it was over, having heard enough of a conversation that he says centers around keeping Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion intact and creating tax credits that he called a “new entitlement program,” though a Republican in the room rebutted the notion that the topic of Medicaid expansion came up in the Tuesday meeting with Ryan.”
The problem is that these men and women did not have the guts nor intention of actually repealing the hated law. If they actually do wish to repeal, then why is it taking so long? They have had 6 years to formulate a policy to replace Obamacare. But they sat on their hands.
Now they have both Houses of Congress and the White House and yet they still cannot seem to do the will of the majority of the people and get rid of this awful law.
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