Forget all the Bull Shit…Congress WILL repay the Health Insurance Companies….

I mentioned this fact earlier today in a post here at the PDog before any of the paid media types did THEIR posts,  whose  get better play than mine…

No Matter….

By January 1, 2018?

The American Congress WILL find a way to pay healthcare insurance companies for offering policies for low income people…And they will NOT Repeal the Affordable Healthcare Law known also as Obamacare…

Bet on it ….

The Republicans put themselves in  this jam by selling the public that the Affordable Healthcare program was ‘BAD’….

Turns out that now, a Majority of Americans do NOT want the program Repealed….

They want it fixed…

As I pointed out in my earlier post?

No changes in the program with TONS of media screaming about increases that will effect millions, and cause them to drop out of the plan, which rich people get tax breaks from,  is simply NOT what you run on during the midterm season….Unless you REALLY do NOT want to be a Majority party anymore…

Even if the deal struck by Sens. Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray goes nowhere, Republican sources say it’s only a matter of time before Congress must find some way of addressing the reeling insurance markets — a vote the GOP sources know will infuriate lawmakers and their base. Put simply, the fight over Obamacare is nowhere near an end.

Alexander plans to introduce the bill Thursday along with a “significant” number of Republican and Democratic cosponsors. He predicted Wednesday that “by the end of the year chances are very good this agreement or something like it is law.”

The most likely scenario is to push the matter off and fold a yet-to-be-determined solution into a year-end package they hope will include some GOP concessions as well as Democratic perks. Such a strategy, they argue, would be less painful than voting on a stand-alone bill that conservatives view as a “bailout” for insurance companies — and a vote to “prop up” a law they’ve tried to dismantle for years.

“We do know there’s a problem with the high premiums and high deductibles because of the failures of Obamacare,” said Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas). “And until we can come up with a long-term solution, I think stabilizing the marketplace and keeping premiums affordable is not a bad idea.”…

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I repeat….

Trump IS right to throw this BACK at the Republicans in Congress …

They deserve NOTHING LESS….

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