The election of Donald Trump to the White House was a major blow to the Democratic Party’s plans. They hoped to continue their destructive policies enacted under Obama through Hillary Clinton, tightening their socialistic, stranglehold on our country.
Millions of Americans voted for Donald Trump, many who had voted for Obama, because they were sick of the president’s choices. The threat of terrorism is greater. The economy is limping along. Jobs are bleeding away. And of course race relations are at an all time low.
Perhaps worst of all is the state of our healthcare system. Despite the many promises Obama made during his campaigns and as president, the ill-fated Obamacare did not come close to making healthcare more affordable. The idea of “more options at lower costs” came nowhere close to reality, as major medical providers dropped out of the program immediately and costs skyrocketed.
It is perhaps one of the most disastrous pieces of legislation ever crafted by an administration. And leaders in Washington are already planning on revoking it.
From Allen B. West:
As the Daily Signal reported: House and Senate budget leaders have endorsed a proposal that involves Congress passing two budget resolutions—one for 2017 and one for 2018—early next year, the first of which would instruct lawmakers to use a budget tool called “reconciliation” to dismantle the health care law…
After passing a budget resolution for 2017, GOP lawmakers could then craft a second budget resolution for 2018, which could also include reconciliation instructions to tackle another legislative priority, such as an overhaul of the tax system.
Using this two-budget approach to repeal Obamacare would give Republicans the chance to put a bill dismantling the health care law on Trump’s desk soon after his Jan. 20 inauguration, lawmakers said.
Knowing that there will be a republican in the White House this January, GOP lawmakers are planning aggressive action to repeal Obamacare. There will be a transition period to help consumers move from their current plans to the new deal, but be certain that Obamacare will soon be a thing of the past.
Source: Allen B. West