And his CRCs will swallow that koolaid like good cultists.
Lots of laughs. They also have the MacArthur Amendment.
LOL because Rep. MacArthur was ousted in the midterms
we can also see the McSally Bill on the same website.
ran for senate and lets see and LOST.
somehow the republican alternative is quite working out for those who are running on it.
Why can’t the left accept responsibly for anything… No rep wanted Obama care.
How malleable to you have to be to be convinced by CNN a bill passed without republicans is a republican bill?
Aren’t dems running on repealing and replacing Obama care too?
If McCain had not lied and played the last minute game, it would have been repealed already?
Are you really going to go with “it was the Democrats’ fault a plan that didn’t have full GOP support couldn’t pass” yet AGAIN?
It’s a “Republican bill” in the sense it’s mostly stuff from the Dole plan that was made in rivalry to Hillary’s plan in 1993, and also had elements of GOP Governor Romney’s plan.
NOT intimating that any GOP Congressperson seriously considered passing it.
Fat donald foubling down on stupid.
Perhaps… . Still, it’s odd the left is trained to believe the bill is somehow republican fault…
Nobody’s trained to believe it’s “Republicans’ fault”.
When brought up at all, it’s usually a reminder that contrary to widely-held CEC beliefs, Obama actually tried compromising early in his term as President, only to be rebuffed time and time again.
We’re getting more revisionist history to protect a New York City con man.
Senator John McCain did the right thing with his vote to not repeal Obamacare. Our GOP Governor wasn’t for the repeal of the ACA at that time. (McCain’s vote against the repeal of the ACA was before when Senators Graham and Cassidy came forth with their healthcare plan.) There was no bipartisan support in repealing Obamacare. Repealing Obamacare would have also meant getting rid of the Medicaid expansion under Obamacare. Arizona (McCain’s state) here was one of the many states that expanded Medicaid under Obamacare. And Martha McSally (who voted for the ACA repeal in Congress) ended up losing to Kyrsten Sinema (who voted against the ACA repeal in Congress) in Arizona’s Senate race last November.
If he wanted to vote against it, he should have said so… He lied.
Stick with the lies that got you here.
It’s been almost a decade. How long does it take to come up with something better?
That needs to be a thread. That is a gigantic lie.
Pretty much. No point in changing if the masses are still buying.
Maybe he should have. But Senator McCain represented Arizona. Most of the people of Arizona were against the repeal of the ACA. And that was proven when Martha McSally (who voted for the ACA repeal in Congress) ended up losing to Kyrsten Sinema (who voted against the ACA repeal in Congress) in Arizona’s Senate race last November.