In the beginning and in the end PUH-LEASE, Frame the Debate for Full Repeal

In the end it never goes well for Republicans to compromise. So why are they doing it with the AHCA today?

In the beginning “they” voted for the 2015 Repeal Bill but “they” chose to ignore that same bill again in 2017 on Day 1 of the Trump presidency. “They” cried Full Repeal in the beginning but Speaker Ryan, behind closed doors with NO conservative input, thrusted the AHCA-Hell bill on the Congress in March 2017. 

The rumors of a compromise, or caving-in, have been swirling since the Freedom Caucus kept Ryan’s original bill off the floor. A couple of private groups have been angered to enraged about the rumors, but today even more so about the MacArthur-Meadows amendment, the one that has yet to be voted on and fused into the AHCA. 

My question, what happened to the clean, one sentence, FULL Repeal Bill? 

Another question, what happens to the AHCA if more lines of whatever amendments get stacked into it? Do we have to wait for it to pass to see what is in it? 

So here are the links I am going to read through, probably more than a few times, tonight and tomorrow to see how “they” #FrameTheDebate before I form an opinon on this next step to the not-full-repeal-and-hope-the-Senate-is-more-honest-in-full-repeal-than-the-wimpy-House-progressive-nightmare AHCA that requires the MacArthur-Meadows Amendment to be palatable. 

The Hill

FreedomWorks

Conservative Review

Heritage Foundation

Daily Signal

Heritage Action

 

~ I checked the CATO search engine but was unable to find anything current on the ammendment but there are some interesting reads on Healthcare should you care to check them out. 

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