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    PostThe Last Outlaw Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:50 am

    Surprise Obamacare Move Puts GOP In Bind IlWna

    From The Hill

    Peter Sullivan of The Hill wrote:The Trump administration's surprise call for the courts to strike down Obamacare upended Capitol Hill on Tuesday, putting Republicans in a bind while giving Democrats new talking points on one of their favorite issues for the 2020 elections.

    GOP lawmakers for the most part were reluctant to even talk about the Justice Department's decision to call for all of Obamacare to be struck down in a court filing.

    If the courts agree with the Justice Department, it would dramatically change the way health care is now delivered in the country. Insurance companies were among those criticizing the administration's decision.

    For the GOP, it shifted the political discussion from a more welcome storyline about the end of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe to health care — the issue Democrats believe helped them win back the House majority last fall.

    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) deflected a question about the Obamacare case at his leadership press conference and told reporters to call his office. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R-Ky.) office had no immediate comment.

    For the Party that Trump claims that will be known as the party of healthcare, seems like the GOP has no answers. Looks to me like Obamacare still shows up better than Idontcare (I Don't Care).

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