Most everyone agrees its a bad situation, and was created 100% y the Democrats, and against the will of the people. How can the Republicans now be blamed for not fixing it?It seems to me Republicans, if they were truly concerned about citizens, would do their best to make the best of what they consider a bad situation.
And cancelling Obamacare is best for the people in America, many of whom are non-citizens.. We can see it is a huge screwup already and no one is being held accountable. Barrack Obama, as usual, is saying he had no idea what's going on, and I'm beginning to believe him. Obama, the architect behind Obamacare, has no idea what went wrong in a situation that cost the American taxpayer $1 billion over 3.5 years, still doesn't work, and the President responds with 'I dunno what happened but, as usual, we'll get to the bottom of this'. How strongly you must believe in order to get past these lies and incompetence.Because it's what they are supposed to do? Their job is not to "win", their job is to do what's best for their citizens.
Are you saying that its the responsibility of the Republicans, who voted 100% against this mess, to improve Obamacare? How do you propose they do that?Right now, they cannot get rid of Obamacare, they simply do not have the power. So instead of yelling, how about you at least work to improve it? And if the situation changes where Republicans gain power, then you work to repeal it and replace it.
I think you've nailed it there as far as keeping children on until they are 26. At one time Americans were adult at 18 and now Barrack Obama has created a nation of new adolescents. The Democrats have also increased their constituency by creating a welfare state dependent on their largesse with taxpayer dollars and have turned groups of Americans against each other by demonizing any opposition.There are many sides to this argument. First of all, many of the constituents are not pleading with them to get rid of many of the things Obamacare does, they are pleading with them to get rid of the legislation passed by Democrats which Republicans have spent the last several years criticizing. I think most people, on both sides, agree with the pre-existing condition portion of Obamacare. They like keeping children on insurance until 26. I bet they like knowing if insurance companies don't spend 80% of premiums on medical care, then their customers will get a refund. I suspect the majority of people in this country like all of those things. What many Republican voters don't like is the legislation was passed by Democrats.
Those who remember what America was know whats going on but those who are less educated, not only in school but with experience in the real world, understand completely what's happening. It's not clear if they will ever get their country back.