Don’t bet on it.
Add “a few pretty significant amendments” to it, and …
“We’re very close.”
“When we read about a piece of legislation in your publication for the first time, it’s a problem.”
“Anthem is leaning toward exiting a ‘high percentage’ of the 144 rating regions in which it currently participates
“White House is taking the lead this time”?
Rule of law and whim.
“[I]t’s unclear what changes would be made to the GOP’s health bill.”
Not that anyone has the guts to pass it, of course
“We are going to keep getting at this thing.”
No, it was You!
Best guess: the government really likes government-run healthcare.
“I think having bipartisan would be a big, big improvement.”
“It’s enough already.”
“Clearly you’re not ready.”
Pretty much across the board
I think we’ve seen this movie before
“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.”
“Undoubtedly, left-wing ‘antifa’ groups have contributed to the security risks…”