Many years ago when I was in management I reminisced the many times I would stay late or even take work home on many occasions to meet various deadlines as well as I am sure as many as you folks have. I find this recess coming up in August very bothersome indeed considering all the work that has to be done in the negotiating process of repealing and replacing Obama Care. I truly believe the Congress will have the respect of the American people if they stayed in Washington and get this process done.
President Trump has an idea now of repealing this cancer of a bill and set a date for replacement and I believe this should have been done from day one. Who stands in the way of this and lacking common sense for the moment I feel in the effort is the Senate Majority Leader Republican from Kentucky Mitch McConnell, an original rhino. On top of his stubborn rational on how this bill should go forward he made I believe an unnecessary statement that I believe shows his true colors of the vindictiveness this phony conservative has against Trump. Before I write the statement this clown runs as a conservative in Kentucky every election, his constituents vote him in and when he goes back to Washington he becomes his old self which is a phony non-conservative rhino just always getting in the way of the conservative cause which now brings me to his statement and I quote, “it’s not easy making America great again, is it?” Now this is a moron. Let’s have a discussion as to what you think of this statement. I think it’s a mock of what President Trump and We The People feel because after all the American people put Trump in office with that slogan. I truly feel this is McConnell’s subconsciousness coming out as to him not feeling any obligation whatsoever to make that slogan work. He is a typical good for nothing Rhino.
My patriots we must keep our common sense in check here in regard to all the numbers that have been put out there by the false media and for the life of me I see commentators on cable broadcasting the same numbers in regard to how many Americans will not be insured with the Republican plan. They have mentioned anywhere from twenty million and up but one does not have to be a rocket-scientist to understand that because this new bill one will not be mandated that they have to purchase it so of course there will be many uninsured mainly for the fact that they are not compelled to have it which means for that reason alone millions will not enlist. This astonishes me that I do not hear this rebutted much as it should be.
This bill must be concluded in respect that there will be no mandate to purchase it, premiums will be lowered, deductibles lowered to a respectable number, being able to choose ones own doctor, getting rid of death-panels, being able to purchase across state lines to keep the premium’s down and come up with a formula that even though most of us always talk about giving it to the states what happens if the state can’t afford it. This all can be resolved with a true effort and the right leadership. We have the right leadership in President Trump, it is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that I am worried about. The same old song and dance, he must be removed from the position of Senate Majority Leader once and for all and there should be no August recess until this health bill is passed.
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