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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Conclusion: Republicans can't govern

This regime is dead in the water, all of it.

The summary is that after seven years of complaining about Obamacare followed by Donald Trump stealing Election 2016 to secure the Presidency, and with is promising the repeal and replacement, they all failed.

What this means is that the Republican Party is so internally divisive that they can't govern when they have control of the legislative and executive throttles. Nothing else will be more of a slam dunk that the healthcare issue.

The losing proposition is that Republicans are not committed to addressing citizen needs. They are callously defenders of wealthy Americans and Corporations that are not economically, socially, nor environmentally responsible. They are on a mission to destroy America in the name of "making it great again." That is a fraud which is committed by the liars and cheats that we have in charge.

"But when Trump said, “There’s not much you can do about it,” referring to ObamaCare, it seemed an oddly impotent remark for a sitting president with majorities in both houses of Congress." 
"Ryan’s fingerprints were all over the legislation, which faced immediate and fierce pushback from conservative members of his own conference as well as several important interest groups." 
"Pence, Price, and Mulvaney were all once House members — in the case of the latter two, right up until they joined the Trump administration.  
As such, the White House had suggested they would be especially effective in winning over members of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus and other lawmakers. Mulvaney was a founding member of the group. 
When all’s said and done, the trio failed to round up the required votes. That’s a political black eye for all three men." 
http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/325746-the-memo-winners-and-losers-from-the-battle-over-health-care


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