The Stumbling, Bumbling Loss Of Life Of The Republican Repeal Dream

All this happy talk that went on in November and December and January about repeal, repeal, repeal — yeah we’ll do replace, replace — I started laughing because if you pass repeal without replace, first, anything that happens is your fault.
His reasoning was simple: There was not now nor had there ever been any consensus among Republicans about what to replace Obamacare with.
JUST WATCHED Bash: McCain’s vote about Trump, legacy Replay More Videos … MUST WATCH Bash: McCain’s vote about Trump, legacy 00:56The miscalculations were many.
The simple truth exposed by the stumbling and bumbling collapse of the repeal effort is this: There is a big difference between making promises as the minority party and governing as the majority party.
Former House Speaker John Boehner, a veteran of his party internecine wars, predicted as far back as February that Republicans would never find the votes to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

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