Senate GOP shelves Obamacare repeal

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(Worthy News) - Senate leaders on Tuesday canceled plans to vote on an Obamacare repeal this week, marking a third straight failure for Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and fellow Republicans who have been unable to fulfill their campaign promise.

Facing too many defections, Mr. McConnell concluded it didn’t make sense to move forward, and said the chamber will now turn to other business such as a massive tax code overhaul.

The failure leaves Obamacare intact, and Democrats begged the GOP to try for bipartisan fixes to prop up the struggling law. The Republican chairman of the health committee said he’ll try to restart negotiations. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]

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  1. It wasn't a repeal. It would have kept the freeloaders on Medicaid for another ten years. By that time it would have been entrenched and never would be gotten rid of.

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