Republicans Might Be Keeping Obamacare

We have been promised a replacement of Obamacare ever since Donald Trump announced that he would be running for president of the United States. And that was quite a while ago. But it seems as though some things have changed and we are moving away from the fact that Obamacare is a total failure on every level. Liberals applauded it through failure after failure and refused to admit that there were some major flaws deep down in the heart of the plan. Barack Obama was never in this for the people and this plan proved it. And conservatives were on board with a replacement when Donald Trump was elected. Everyone knew that we needed a big change. So what happened along the way?

The first attempt at a replacement bill was doomed from the start. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan failed to give Republicans something that they could pass. It simply did not work for millions of Americans around the country. And they set out what was wrong so that it could be fixed in a timely manner. But when they fixed it, and brought it back to be voted on again, Republicans still aren’t sure about what to think. They still seem scared to come out with a real plan. At this point, anything is better than Obamacare.

Rand Paul tried to explain what the problem is, and it is not pretty, folks. There is a big problem and we need to get to the bottom of it because Obamacare is on its last leg.

“The Senate Obamacare bill does not repeal Obamacare. I want to repeat so that everyone realized why I will vote “no” as it stands now: The Senate Obamacare bill does not repeal Obamacare. Not even close. In fact, the Senate GOP bill codifies and likely expands many aspects of Obamacare,” Paul explains.

It looks like we have a long way to go before we see a real replacement of Obamacare. There are many things that need to happen if we want to see more conservative approach to healthcare. Trump needs our help.

(h/t Washington Times)