Thursday, March 9, 2017

Little Mr. Sunshine Scott Walker throws 8.8 million Americans under the bus

Quoted in Scott Walker: Health care overhaul 'a work in progress,' won't affect most people.  (, 3/8/2017)

Source of number used in title:  
Obamacare enrollment continues surging in Wisconsin, nation.  (Milwaukee Business Journal, 1/5/2017)
The final number of Wisconsin residents in Wisconsin receiving insurance through the Obamacare marketplace was 237,034 for the 2016 health plan year.  [emphasis added]

According to Scott Walker and his GOP pals, they're nobodies, all 8.8 million of 'em. 

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And each time House Republicans voted to repeal Obamacare, they had no plan of their own.  (2/14/2017)
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Donald Trump:  The man without a plan.  (1/14/2017)
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