It’s taken quite a while to get rid of Obamacare. But it’s not gone yet. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell finally announced an official vote on Obamacare will be held next week.
One of President Trump’s campaign promises was to get rid of Obamacare, and that’s just what he intends to do.
It’s not certain whether the vote will mean a full repeal of Obamacare or the GOP-led Senate’s Better Care Reconciliation Act, which died Monday evening.
“I think we all agree it’s better to both repeal and replace, but we could have a vote on either,” the McConnell announced Wednesday afternoon.
Although many patriotic Americans want Obamacare repealed completely, McConnell is leaving the repeal/replace options on the table. It’s an interesting strategy that will either successfully get rid of it, or show that it cannot be repealed.
At least it’s proof that McConnell wants to get things done!
Conservative Tribune reports:
It has taken months to reach this climactic moment, but on Wednesday Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell finally announced an official vote on Obamacare for next week.
What remains unknown is whether the vote will be for a clean repeal of Obamacare or for the GOP-led Senate’s Better Care Reconciliation Act, which collapsed Monday evening after Utah Sen. Mike Lee and Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran announced they would oppose it.