Wednesday, March 22, 2017

UPDATE. After 7 years of Obamacare threats and dithering from GOP, this is the best they can do

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Reported in Wisconsin's older adults would pay thousands more under Republican health plan.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 3/22/2017)

Offering  more?  You just thought about this now?

1/17/2017 update starts here.

The quote is from Ryan says he's 'on the same page' with Trump.  (Channel3000, 1/16/2017)

Working hand-in-glove, eh?

Just 12 days ago, Ryan said he's 'waiting for the Trump administration to be stood up', waiting for Tom Price to be confirmed as Health and Human Services cabinet secretary.

The guy gets away with murder, doesn't he?

1/6/2017 update, "Hell:  The perfect setting for a weenie roast", starts here.

As the dithering approaches track #7.

Shilly-shallying found a
Ryan Says Obamacare Replacement Bill Will Be Done in 2017.  (Morning Consult, 1/5/2017) 

"Hellbound Train" is the title track from the 1st of 2 albums released by Savoy Brown in 1972.  It debuted on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart for the week ending March 18th and spent 21 weeks on the chart, peaking at #34.

12/20/2016 update, "GOP continues campaign to turn English language into bowl of mush", starts here.

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Reported in G.O.P. Plans to Replace Health Care Law With ‘Universal Access’.  (The New York Times, 12/15/2016)

Original 12/6/2016 post, "After nearly 7 years of threats to repeal Obamacare, GOP admits it still has no backup plan", starts here.

Reported in Ryan: Obamacare phaseout will leave 'no one worse off'.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/5/2016)

Related reading:
Blow By Blow: A Comprehensive Timeline Of The GOP’s 4-Year Battle To Kill Obamacare.  (ThinkProgress, 3/23/2014)

The first entry of the ThinkProgress timeline (screenshot includes 2 of the 5 bullet points)

The band's star was dimming when "Too Much Talk" debuted at #76 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending February 10, 1968.  It spent two weeks at #19 and 8 weeks on the chart overall.

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