It is said, the GOP health care law is but 3–4 votes short. It would repeal the ACA and replace it with a bill being described as horrific. One writer said it is the largest transfer of wealth in the history of the nation because it basically will kill Medicare and Medicaid and all of us won’t have that and no one’s parents will either. The real questions I have to ask are: if it is this bad, you mean over 200 representatives are voting for it, and, the only thing stopping it now, the people we are rooting for, is the Freedom Caucus, who are not for health care at all provided by the government; they think the ACA should be repealed and everyone fend for themselves.
The Senate said the bill is DOA.
I can only conclude from all of this one of the following: the bill is not DOA. Or, this drama, the bum from Queens, who is somehow leader of this wandering nation, has concocted, is just drama. The bill will pass and then it will go nowhere but he will have his initial victory; he got something done even though it is nothing.
Someone pour the scotch.