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If Donald Trump Can't Stand Losers, How Can He Tolerate RyanCare?

If Donald Trump Can't Stand Losers, How Can He Tolerate RyanCare?

"Why wouldn’t the Republicans pass the best repeal and free market conservative replace bill they can in the House and dare Democrats to filibuster and kill it in the Senate? That way Republicans do their duty to the country by repealing Obamacare and replacing it with something that could genuinely improve the system. If Democrats kill the bill then they are the ones stuck with the Obamacare collapse.

If the proper strategy is clear to those of us who aren’t paid big bucks to give Republican leaders advice, how can all of this be so complicated?

President Trump: Remember the Snake

President Trump:  Remember the Snake

"Obamacare 2.0, Rinocare or Ryancare, whatever you call it, the bill is actually worse than Obamacare in many respects, and it is all being done behind closed doors using budget reconciliation, not open debate and amendments.

Setting aside the illegal alien subsidies, the key problem with the draft House health care bill is that it fails to correct the features of Obamacare that drove up health insurance costs observed Edmund Haislmaier of the Heritage Foundation.

Instead, it mainly tweaks Obamacare’s financing and subsidy structure.

Conservatives Optimistic About Trump Agenda

Conservatives Optimistic About Trump Agenda

Conservatives expect Democrats to reject President Trump’s call for bipartisanship, but most believe Trump will be able to carry out his agenda over Democratic opposition according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

Seventy-five percent predict that “President Trump will overcome them and accomplish his agenda,” while only 24% think the Democrats will succeed in blocking the Trump program.

Trump Speech a Home Run with Conservatives

Trump Speech a Home Run with Conservatives

Conservatives are impressed and encouraged by President Trump’s first speech to Congress, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

Trump’s speech addressed the priority issues for conservatives, with 92% saying that the President covered issues very important to them. His comments on national security, illegal aliens, repeal of ObamaCare, regulatory and tax relief, and putting Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court left no doubt that he intends to keep the campaign promises that united most conservatives behind him last year.

Only One Thing Missing From President Trump's Speech Before Congress

Only One Thing Missing From President Trump's Speech Before Congress

"Last night, President Trump delivered what even liberal commentators had to admit was a great speech.

Not only did the President set forth in clear language the many accomplishments of his first 40 days in office, perhaps even more importantly, he also set a new tone and new terms for the debate about his policies.

While Democrats are still “grieving” over the lost election and trying to make phony charges of Russian “hacking” into a special prosecutor-worthy scandal, President Trump boldly and eloquently called Americans to think about the future:"

Conservatives See New Deportation Policy as Good First Step

Conservatives See New Deportation Policy as Good First Step

Conservatives approve of President Trump’s new policy toward the deportation of illegal aliens, but want him to eventually deport all the illegals, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

The new policy, revoking President Obama’s de facto amnesty for most illegals, won 88% support but only as a “first step” toward complete enforcement of the law. Only 11% agreed that the new policy was enough for the long term and that many illegal aliens should be allowed to stay.

Gorsuch Opponents Must Resort to Lies

Gorsuch Opponents Must Resort to Lies

Anyone reading the left-wing attacks on Judge Neil Gorsuch would hardly recognize the true Gorsuch.

The claims of the critics can be easily summed up. They say that Judge Gorsuch is a right-wing extremist who will twist the law and the Constitution to match his own beliefs, and who does not recognize the rights guaranteed by the Constitution.

None of these assertions hold up under scrutiny.

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