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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, a member of the Senate health care working group, claims that even he doesn’t know what’s in his party’s secret bill.
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  1. The main question should be, who are they working for? It's certainly not the American public who they are supposed to be representing.

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  2. Does the GOP in the Senate really think they can get away with this!? Their poll numbers are sinking like a rock and yet they act like they're on top of the world.

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  3. Republicans don't know anything. Science. Economics. Basic math. English. How to please a woman. Anything at all.

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  4. Since the election I've taken to making oddball predictions. Things that normally you would say 'that can't happen'. I'm usually wrong, but we live in strange times. So here it is, my prediction for the health care bill: Medicare for all. Polls say you want it, and Trump says you're gonna call it Trumpcare. He's just banging his party in their gob to get them to go along with it.

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  5. So many politicians selling out their country for money…

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  6. But they can do it and no one can stop them.

    Worse, their voters will support it because the GOP can do literally anything and excuse it by insane conspiracy theorist rationalization of "well the Dems don't want it and they're satan."

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  7. The audacity of not only this devious strategy but also combining it with an attack on Democrats for not participating enough boggles the mind.

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  8. I know I'm stating the obvious, but are Republicans stupid or just plain stupid??

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  9. For heavens sake vote these GREEDY REPUBLICAN OUT OF OFFICE especially MITCH McConnell.

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  10. SOUTH DAKOTA NEEDS DEMOCRATS TO VOTE IN CONGRESS, 2018 HIRE PROS

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  11. MSNBC doesn't think it's FAKE NEWS, boy are they wrong.

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  12. Transparent government inaction.

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  13. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/6/16/15810524/senate-ahca-explain-please      ////////////////none of the republicans can explain what this bill is going to do to improve the lives of americans

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  14. https://thinkprogress.org/senate-republicans-were-asked-what-they-like-about-trumpcare-they-came-up-with-nothing-92dc93a025a4        The lawmakers who are trying to repeal and replace Obamacare can’t answer basic questions about their health care vision for the country.This week, a group of Vox reporters asked eight Republican senators to detail which specific features of the the American Health Care Act (AHCA) they support and how they think those provisions would benefit their constituents. None of them could cite a single thing, falling back on generalities about how Obamacare is bad and freedom is good.Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) dodged policy altogether and kept bringing the interview back to politics.

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  15. This is about healthcare for the citizens of America, why is it that only Rethuglicon members are allowed the information ? FUCK45 !

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  16. The shooting of Congressman Scalise was more about attacks of this government (Mitchell McConnel and his top secret health care bill, IF HE IS PERMITTED TO PASS THIS BILL THIS WAY (EVERY REPUBLICAN SHOULD ARM UP), this shooter felt as if he was under attack and Congressman Scalise was the attacker in the form of possibly the repeal of Obama Healthcare (Congressman Scalise) was/is a major supporter of this repeal and plans to "replace" it with something far worse. He (the shooter) felt as many of us feel (WE feel as if WE are under attack) of this government as proven by many of its actions. So to try and say this attack (shooting) was only about rhetoric is GROSSLY NOT TRUE, and to do so will only create another attack (shooting or whatever)

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  17. It's amazing how the Republicans were so eager to replace Obamacare that they failed to actually enact any real effort on their own bill. People can hate Obamacare all they want but in the end, it provided some spectacular support for those uninsured that was lost in the previous years. The vast majority of the USA supported the Affordable Care Act and if anything wanted to improve on it. They realized there were flaws to it but they also realized there were many benefits.

    Imagine writing a paper for a thesis. The first time, you probably aren't going to get a perfect paper. However you edit it, you keep the stuff that works while fixing those that don't and once you are done, you'll get something decent. You don't just tear your thesis up and start entirely from scratch if you're result isn't perfect the first time.

    More people benefited from Obamacare than those who didn't. If you're someone who didn't benefit from it, I feel that's just a sad fact that not everything is perfect. In this case, getting the entire thing repealed helps nobody. Instead, as mentioned, trying to edit and work on something that does have potential so it does eventually help those who weren't benefited is a far smarter idea than trying to crash it and make up a whole new plan from scratch.

    A plan as we have seen, is not very popular right now.

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  18. Trump needs a Tampon for his mouth, He's the one leaking everywhere!

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  19. this is politics and you cant tell the truth and hope to get elected in America
    universal health care is financially impossible-
    people are to dumb to take care of themselves adequately –

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