Wednesday, June 22, 2016


Alarmed by decreasing number of uninsured Americans, as well as a decreasing rate of change in overall medical costs, the G.O.P. is taking urgent measures to rectify the problem and are again promising to offer a plan to replace Obamacare.  

According to reports, the new proposal will be offered in a "White Paper" rather than in the form of an actual bill, so they are not required to provide actual numbers as to the costs, to the American taxpayers, of  their proposed reforms. to avoid any angst in the electorate.

1 comment:

  1. That was the logical next step since people have actually started to read "the fine print". It would also eliminate the costly need for "disclaimers". As our congressional representatives continue their practice of "do less, harm more", their corporate counterparts are investing ever more time and effort into controlling legislation, even creating jobs in the process. So, indirectly, maybe Republicans are creating jobs.