On the way out
That should fix everything
“It’s a little different now that Republicans have both houses and the administration.”
“I will tell you personally, I’m not happy about it.”
“Back in ’09, we were not ready to address it.”
He’s right, to a point. The Republican ship has been sailing the seas of health-care reform without a captain thanks …
“Inaction is not an option.”
“I did not come to Washington to hurt people.”
“[I]t’s unclear what changes would be made to the GOP’s health bill.”
“Quite frankly, I don’t know that this administration supports a full repeal.”
“I shouldn’t call it ‘repeal and replace’ because it’s not going to happen.”
Repeal and delay?
“It’s our goal to bring it all together concurrently.”
“Repeal and delay,” RIP?
“We’re not going to pull the rug out from under anyone. There’s no reason to worry the next two years.”
“They broke it, they own it.”
“It should be repealed and replaced, and all of that should be done in the 115th Congress.”
“Eventually, we’ll need 60 votes to complete the process…”
“I’d never withdraw. I’ve never withdrawn in my life.”
“I think it’s unlikely to be a real thing.”
Staying the course.
O captain, my captain.
“The last thing they want to do is turn on the television and hear arguments all the time.”