Freedom Caucus Endorses GOP Obamacare Repeal Bill After MacArthur Amendment

Ah yes, if you like your physician, you can keep them, if you like you insurance provider you can keep them and thus went the plethora of lies that Obama told his ignorant followers and the rest of us about his ill-fated plan.


Called the Affordable Health Care Act, it was neither affordable or did it provide insurance for those who were forced to enroll.

The premiums were so high and the deductibles the same, that we began calling it Obama’s Unaffordable Health Care Rationing Plan with Death Panels. 

Acronym: O.U.H.C.R.P.W.D.P.

Seriously what’s a government plan without an acronym to make it sound official?

The only thing that was true was the image to the left but Obama never told us exactly how much.

Jeeze, what a Gumoke.


For those unfamiliar with the term, it is western lowland gorilla.



Breitbart News Service

Warner Todd Huston

April 26, 2017


In a major move on the GOP effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, the conservative Freedom Caucus of the House of Representatives has announced its endorsement of the latest bill after New Jersey Republican Tom MacArthur introduced substantive changes.


The Freedom Caucus was a key voice against the bill introduced by the Republican leadership last month, causing House Speaker Paul Ryan to pull the bill from consideration.

But since Ryan’s failure to pass the bill, Republicans have been negotiating amendments to make it more attractive to conservatives.

Days ago House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) told Breitbart News that he expected an Obamacare repeal bill to pass by the end of May, and now the group has announced its support of the newest measure.

The group said in a Wednesday press release:


Over the past couple of months, House conservatives have worked tirelessly to improve the American Health Care Act (AHCA) to make it better for the American people.

Due to improvements to the AHCA and the addition of Rep. Tom MacArthur’s proposed amendment, the House Freedom Caucus has taken an official position in support of the current proposal.

The MacArthur amendment will grant states the ability to repeal cost driving aspects of Obamacare left in place under the original AHCA.

While the revised version still does not fully repeal Obamacare, we are prepared to support it to keep our promise to the American people to lower healthcare costs.

We look forward to working with our Senate colleagues to improve the bill.

Our work will continue until we fully repeal Obamacare.

Liberals in the U.S. Senate have vowed to oppose any moves to change Obamacare.

New Jersey Democrat Senator Chris Murphy’s reaction was representative of that sentiment when he called the Republican bill a “dumpster fire” early in March.

Of course, he would.



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2 Responses to Freedom Caucus Endorses GOP Obamacare Repeal Bill After MacArthur Amendment

  1. GG says:

    This is NOT what Trump promised
    the ppl & it’s NOT going to help fix
    Frankencare. I know I know it’s not a done deal, but this is off to such a bad start, its doubtful anything meaningful will
    come of it.. If this
    was such a great deal, then why are the D.C. Swamp Rats not opting out again!!!
    and have their own Cadilliac taxpayer funded cushy insurance.. There is NO buying across
    state lines, or being able to join pools to lower costs as group.. These “waivers” states “may” opt to apply for is still
    about centralized control.. Why make
    states use waivers? Why not just drop the bad stuff across the board? Because TPTB
    really don’t want to repeal the nightmare…
    If Trump signs this mess, he’s going to lose a LOT of base support..


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