Hussein Obama ‘Aggravated’ as Legacy Shreds Before His Eyes
Former US President Barack Hussein Obama said at an event in New York Wednesday it is “aggravating” to see lawmakers moving to unravel his one piece of legacy legislation; Barack Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
“Those of you who live in countries that already have universal healthcare are trying to figure out what’s the controversy here – I am too,” Mr. Hussein Obama said during his speech at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Goalkeepers” event for which he received a reported $400,000.00 fee.
He added: “Now, the legislation that we passed was full of things that still need to be fixed. It wasn’t perfect. It was better. And so when I see people trying to undo that hard-won progress, for the 50th or 60th time, with bills that would raise costs, or reduce coverage, or roll back protections for older Americans or people with preexisting conditions — the cancer survivor, the expecting mom, or the child with autism or asthma for whom coverage once again be almost unattainable, it is aggravating.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) plans to bring the GOP’s latest legislative effort to replace the Affordable Care Act up for a vote in the Senate on 29 or 30 September.
The Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill, written by Senators Lindsey Graham, (R-SC), and Bill Cassidy, (R-LA), would give much of the money now directed to Barack Obamacare in block rants to state governments to administrate, it appears that they have the votes to pass it, and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Minn) said, if the Senate passes it the House will too, and send it to President Trump for his signature, thus erasing the Obama Democrats attempt to create socialized medicine in the USA.
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