Wednesday, July 26, 2017

BETRAYAL! Seven RINOs ensconce Big Gov't healthcare FOREVER...

"TODAY, SEVEN REPUBLICAN SENATORS VOTED AGAINST REPEALING OBAMACARE, SIX OF WHOM VOTED FOR REPEAL TWO YEARS AGO. TODAY IS THE DAY GOVERNMENT-RUN, UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE WAS BORN. IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME. AND YOU CAN THANK REPUBLICANS IN THE SENATE, HOUSE, AND WHITE HOUSE. HERE COMES RATIONING, LONG WAITING PERIODS, AND MASSIVE RED-TAPE. THE REPUBLICANS LIED THEIR WAY INTO OFFICE IN WHAT IS THE GREATEST HOAX IN MODERN POLITICS!" ~ Mark Levin, 7/26/17
Democrats installed it, Republicans have ensconced it...traitorous LIARS...
CR: Republican senators who voted to block an Obamacare repeal are “hypocrites” and “liars” who ought to be defeated at the ballot box “at all costs,” Mark Levin said during his national radio show.

The Wednesday evening segment came just hours after a “clean repeal” of Obamacare – promoted by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. – was killed in the Senate by a small cadre of seven GOP lawmakers.

Of those, Levin went on to point out, all but Sen. Susan Collins voted for the same bill when it was expected to be vetoed by then-President Obama, but would not do so with a Republican president in the White House.

“The vote today demonstrates that the Republican Party is the party of a progressive movement,” Levin said of the outcome, and that the party of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Calvin Coolidge is gone.



“This is the day that private health care was killed [in America] and government-run, centralized health care was born,” the Conservative Review editor-in-chief said.
Related links: 7 Year Obamacare Repeal Promise BROKEN by Senate
Obamacare Repeal-Only Fails In The Senate, Seven Republicans Vote “No”
6 of the 7 Republicans Who Sunk the Latest GOP Health Care Bill Voted for It Under Obama

Remember their names and faces. I've added years in 'service' (used extremely loosely) to point out how I wished I could say "same ol' lot." And we can to a point; however, a few of these scoundrels have been imported in recent years! What's they say towards party principle? Or towards party voters?!
CR: After the urging of Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., the United States Senate voted Wednesday on the 2015 clean Obamacare repeal bill previously passed by Congress.

In 2015, every Republican senator voted for this bill to repeal Obamacare with budget reconciliation, which was sent to President Obama’s desk for a veto. In 2017, voting on the same bill, some did not.

Here are the senators who changed their positions, breaking their promise to repeal Obamacare.

Senator Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn. (since 2003)

Senator Susan Collins, R-Maine (since 1997)

Senator Dean Heller R-Nev. (since 2011)

Senator John McCain, R-Ariz. (since 1987)

Senator Shelley Moore-Capito, R-W.Va. (since 2015)

Senator Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska (since 2002)

Senator Rob Portman, R-Ohio (since 2011)

These are the Republicans who, given the chance to vote for a clean repeal of Obamacare like they promised, betrayed the American people. Every one of them except for Senator Collins were in the Senate in 2015 and voted for the same bill they voted against today.

They are hypocrites. They are liars. Conservatives will not forget.
I think it's worth repeating Levin's point, particularly towards these miscreants: THE REPUBLICANS LIED THEIR WAY INTO OFFICE IN WHAT IS THE GREATEST HOAX IN MODERN POLITICS! Though, this is also a failure in leadership...in Congress, in the White House, in a party without Principle.

Related links: Senate rejects Obamacare 'repeal only' proposal; 7 Republicans vote against measure
Republicans who voted against ObamaCare 'straight repeal'
Health care debate: Senate rejects full Obamacare repeal without replacement

2 comments:

  1. I agree these people should have to live with this insurance system not their special health care plan never get elected again, But I do disagree that the President should be included in this hypocrisy He would have signed it immediately and is a man of his word.

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    1. Certainly the brunt of the blame lies squarely on the shoulders of a failing GOP Senate. As well, you're correct, the President would've signed it immediately if passed. The primary reason the President is included here, though, is because he's the policy driver, yet he was ready to sign any of the plethora of plans being pushed from better (full repeal) to bad (partial repeal) to worst (no repeal). He does seem to be coming around to more conservative viewpoints in acknowledging the flaws with moderation, but we need decisiveness in drive against these progressive blueprints foisted on us from start to finish. No pale pastels along the way. With the Democrats, Obama drove the agenda, it was passed down through his lieutenants, and though there was minor debate or disagreement, when it came down to the vote, the troops were in lockstep. With Republicans, the driver is not always there, the lieutenants have differing ideals, and the troops are in disarray...and the primary reason has to do with the lack of consistent, constitutional, conservative Principle throughout the party, top down, ground up.

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