GOP: ObamaCare Just Needs Some Tweaking!

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GOPhouse-350x189I hate to say I told you so, but seriously go screw yourselves GOP. Real Americans in 2010 put you back in the House majority primarily for one reason: To rid us of ObamaCare. You didn’t. Now you’re fixing it? You’re supposed to be ridding the country of it…

…but you know that, don’t you?

You want ObamaCare to be healthy so you can run on it. You don’t care if Americans are literally dying because of Obamacare – money and power are more important. You’re raising money from scumbag left-wingers to destroy conservative candidates. You despise the very Tea Party that swept you into power.

Now, not only is it irrevocably ingrained in the system, thanks to your lack of a spine in defunding this fraud – designed to fail from the beginning – but now you’re even coming up with ways to improve it? Did I mention you and your buddies over in the Senate and the White House, their staff and families are exempt from ObamaCare? Oh yes, some pigs are still more equal than us.

You snuck in a fix to ObamaCare so you could more easily ride it back into power – how courageous of you – a voice vote without debate? Hat tip Freakout Nation:

At the urging of business organizations, House Republicans quietly secured a recent change to Obamacare to expand coverage choices, which is a departure from the GOP’s attempts to repeal the health care law.
Democrats describe the change involving small-business coverage options as a straightforward improvement of the type they are eager to make, and Obama signed it into law. Republicans are loath to agree, given the strong sentiment among the rank and file that the only fix the law deserves is a burial.


“Maybe you say it helps (Obamacare), but it really helps the small businessman,” said Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., one of several physician-lawmakers among Republicans and an advocate of repeal.


No member of the House GOP leadership has publicly hailed the fix, which was tucked, at Republicans’ request, into legislation preventing a cut in payments to doctors who treat Medicare patients.


A spokesman for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., said, “This is another in a series of changes to Obamacare that the House has supported to help save Americans from being harmed by the law, and we’re glad to see the President signed it into law.”


All I’ve heard is the word ‘repeal’ without a viable alternative offered, but if Cantor says so it must be true. Since it’s ‘true’ then why isn’t Cantor screaming this move from the hilltops instead of without fanfare?


So now you’re actually “fixing” ObamaCare?  Nice job. You’re worse than Pelosi and Obama. At least they recorded their votes for ObamaCare and took the hits. You’re a bunch of spineless turncoats who after 2016 will be claiming you fixed the whole thing!

We’re supposed to vote for you? Give money to you?

Screw you.

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