Would you buy a car without knowing what kind it was, whether it would run, or if it had tires? Congress is about to vote on just such a car.
This is not about healthcare. It is about promises that were made long ago, when things were different. Now those same promises don’t look as good anymore, and voters are wondering why they even wanted them in the first place. Healthcare is not a right, but it is a necessity, and 32 million people need healthcare, not promises.
The Senate GOP bid to kill Obamacare — itself left for dead as of Monday morning — saw a flicker of life late in the day after a furious pressure campaign by President Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell heading into a critical Tuesday vote.