“That’s the group that felt the full force of the doubling of premiums in our state.”
Shortsightedness at its worst.
Not the part of your base you want to tick off right now, guys
“Stay in this effort.”
“The time for talk is over. Now is the time for action.”
I’ma set it straight, this Watergate
WSJ: Hey Republicans, this is your best shot at repeal.
“Too many of my constituents will lose insurance and there will be less funds to help the poor and elderly with their healthcare.”
“That is just political talk. It’s just politicians engaging in spin.”
“Do not walk the plank.”
“He has unique capacities; I wouldn’t want to be the one he tests them out on.”
“…as quickly as possible.”
Former CBO director: AHCA “a good start” on ObamaCare repeal.
The Step One we don’t want, but the Step One we need?
“As drafted, I do not believe this bill would pass the United States Senate.”
“But he also warned the GOP, ‘this is the bill’ backed by President Trump.”
“Writing checks to individuals to purchase insurance is, in principle, Obamacare.”
Conference committee comeback?
“Conservatives are going to be in a box.”
“I demand the House release the text of the bill.”
End it. Don’t mend it.
“Will that guarantee that no one loses coverage?”
The $40 billion question.
“They are instructed to boo no matter what answer I give.”
What could go wrong?
“Quite frankly, I don’t know that this administration supports a full repeal.”
“The legislation would take down the foundation of Obamacare…”
“I shouldn’t call it ‘repeal and replace’ because it’s not going to happen.”
“I think we’re doing the kind of things that most Republicans believe can make the country better.”
“It has become increasingly clear that this law is collapsing.”
“The presidency isn’t a bull and this country isn’t a china shop.”
“its monthly user base in the U.S. declined to 68 million in the most recent quarter…”
A better answer for populists — anti-trust enforcement.