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Friday, July 28, 2017

The Senate rejected Republican legislation to repeal parts of Obamacare, with Senator John McCain casting a deciding vote

The Senate on Friday rejected a new, scaled-down Republican plan to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act, seemingly derailing the Republicans’ seven-year campaign to dismantle the health care law.

Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, cast a decisive vote to defeat the proposal, joining two other Republicans, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, in opposing it.

8 comments:

I Threw Up My Lemonade When I Saw This On Your Blog! said...

Ironic isn't it? People who are exempt from Obamacare vote to keep it even though it is failing every American on it both in costs and care. Had McCain been on Obamacare he'd probably not even be alive right now.

Anonymous said...

disgrace!! they voted over fifty times to repeal obamacare when they knew Obama would veto it.. now we have a president that will pass it and they voted against it...worthless bastards!!! vote the ones who voted against it out of office..

Anonymous said...

Let it fail. (map)

Anonymous said...

I have got no respect for any of them.
I really don't give a crap anymore what any of them do.
In 3 years I am now out over 35+K for healthcare. Have almost lost my home, and have lost most of my savings trying to pay for it. Now I have no healthcare.

Screw them all. Every single one of them.

Anonymous said...

We The People need a constitutional amendment that forbids Congress from passing any law that exempts themselves! We also need term limits!

Anonymous said...

7:31 AM - Congress has conveniently insulated themselves from such rules. Any laws restricting Congress, must be passed by Congress. Constitutional amendments cannot be implemented without support from Congress (not in a legal sense, but in a practical, functional sense).

Anonymous said...

It is funny who stupid you people are to still think your vote counts and actually makes a difference... When will you just open your damn eyes and see the history and evidence this is true???

Anonymous said...

McCain might vote differently if Obamacare was paying for his treatments.