It’s about time Congress did something to help working class Americans.
Congress: We put you people in power to rein in the fool we have in the White House. Let him veto the bill!
He hasn’t done anything for America since he took office so why would he start now. Besides pandering and coddling terrorists and worrying about his delusional fantasy called “man-made global warming,” what has he done? Oh, that’s right, he is releasing 46,000 criminals back into minority communities and wants to bring terrorists into the country by calling them “refugees.”
Business Insider reported the following:
Republicans have muscled legislation through the Senate aimed at crippling two of their favorite targets: President Barack Obama’s health care law and Planned Parenthood.
Thursday’s 52-47 vote came with GOP lawmakers all but applauding a promised veto by Obama.
They want to use that veto as a message to signal voters in next year’s elections that sending a Republican to the White House could doom the health care overhaul and the money Planned Parenthood gets from federal taxpayers.
After the House’s expected rubber stamp in coming days, the bill will be the first to reach Obama’s desk demolishing his health care law and blocking Planned Parenthood’s federal money.
Democrats say the bill would deny health coverage to millions of Americans who have gained coverage from the law.
I say good for them if it works, but many have their doubts:
WE DID IT!?? Senate passes budget bill repealing Obamacare, defunding Planned Parenthood https://t.co/vsMp2JPEQQ
— Matt Mira (@MattMira) December 4, 2015
Finally. Republicans are acting like Republicans, and voting like Republicans. We handed the GOP the votes that… https://t.co/AQk9CBAMfd
— Esteban Trujillo (@Magic_Kingdom_D) December 4, 2015
Tonight The United States Senate Voted To Repeal Obamacare 52-47: Obamacare The post Tonight The United States… https://t.co/4BNETrpaWD
— Praise Jesus Always (@apostasywatcher) December 4, 2015
If these career politicians were on Obamacare, it never would have passed in the first place. We would have such a different country if Congress didn’t get the perks they were never supposed to get in the first place.
H/T: Business Insider
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