President Trump Has A Message For The AMERICAN PEOPLE: DO NOT WORRY!

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by Pamela Williams
 
What a pleasure to see that President Trump has a plan to care for the American people struggling under the pressure of ObamaCare.  This tweet is just for YOU FROM PRESIDENT TRUMP:  
                                                          DO NOT WORRY!


 
House Speaker Paul Ryan cancelled the final vote for the ObamaCare replacement bill, upon concluding he didn’t have enough votes despite the chamber’s GOP majority.  President Trump let Ryan take the lead, and Ryan stepped right  in the quick sand of failure.  President Trump has respectfully allowed Ryan to do what he felt would work, but those opposing his creation called it Obamacare Lite…not much better than Obamacare.
 
For myself I felt like the American Health Care Act had to be better than Obamacare.  It would have allowed for competition in the Insurance Market Place, and there would be no penalties under the American Health Care Act.  President had made the comment when Obamacare explodes, he can then create a new plan.  Some consider the pulling of the Bill a bad move, and I tend to agree.  But President Trump seems to feel there is hope for the American people to have better health care.  I trust him.
 
His tweet Saturday suggested a willingness to work on a bipartisan plan on overhauling Obamacare – BUT a scenario in which Democrats come to the GOP-controlled Congress to work together on improvements.
 
Ohio Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan on Saturday seemed to be open to such discussions.  He acknowledged that Obamacare had its problems, and one of those on the top of the list is too few tax credits for poor Americans to help them pay for the insurance.  Praise God, the politicians in Washington actually see this.  To overlook the sick and weak in our Country is a travesty under God.
 
Louisiana GOP Senator Bill Cassidy told Fox News on Saturday that he agrees with Trump’s tweet, suggesting a bipartisan effort.
 
I, myself, believe President Trump will not turn away from the American people and leave them in the lurch.  I think he has something up his sleeve.  As far as Paul Ryan he should be home sweating it, because frankly I don’t think he gave the American people suffering under Obamacare too much thought.  He is not a favorite of the people right now, and from what I am reading he is not very popular in Washington either.
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Published on Mar 25, 2017
 
President Trump hinted Saturday that overhauling ObamaCare is still alive, perhaps through a bipartisan deal, following the effort’s dramatic and seemingly terminal failure a day earlier.
 
“ObamaCare will explode and we will all get together and piece together a great healthcare plan for THE PEOPLE,” Trump tweeted. “Do not worry!”
 
Trump tweeted after House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday cancelled the final vote for the ObamaCare replacement bill, upon concluding he didn’t have enough votes despite the chamber’s GOP majority.
 
“We’re going to be living with ObamaCare for the foreseeable future,” the Wisconsin Republican said afterward, making clear that neither he nor Trump intend to introduce new legislation.
 
Meanwhile, Trump appeared to already be turning his attention to tax reform and returning to his plan to allow ObamaCare to continue — with the expectation that the 2010 health care law would implode amid increasing costs and few options for Americans.
 
Still, his tweet Saturday suggested a potential willingness to work on a bipartisan plan on overhauling ObamaCare — albeit a scenario in which Democrats come to the GOP-controlled Congress to work together on improvements.
Ohio Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan on Saturday seemed open to such discussions, acknowledging that ObamaCare indeed has problems, including too few tax credits for poor Americans to help them pay for the insurance.
 
“ObamaCare is not perfect. We need to fix things” he said on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.” “This is all fixable if we sit down as reasonable people.”
 
Louisiana GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy told Fox News’ “America’s News Headquarters” on Saturday that he agrees with Trump’s tweet, suggesting a bipartisan effort.

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23 thoughts on “President Trump Has A Message For The AMERICAN PEOPLE: DO NOT WORRY!

  1. He is showing us real life ‘Art of the Deal.’
    Step 1) Allow the RINOs to draft a bill that is guaranteed to fail, at the same time expose themselves (not literally, that’s the DemonRats) for sell-out traitors they truly are. Check
    Step 2) Sit back and watch the ACA implode. It’s coming for certain, considering it was literally designed to fail. So essentially, check
    Step 3) Present a plan drafted by Rand Paul, which is probably identical to what Trump campaigned on, free-market principles. Open state lines for insurance & enforce existing anti-trust/price-fixing/collusion laws & advertised prices that do not alter for anything other than market forces, ie an x-ray costs the same whether one is young/old, male/female, insured/not insured, etc. Maybe throw in allowing us to purchase drugs from foreign countries. And that, fellow Americans, will be CHECK FRIGGIN MATE.
    Point of interest on a free-market health care system, there are some estimates that many people (healthy, young, etc) would only need (if they want, no mandates of any kind) the so-called ‘Catastrophic Insurance,’ since things like office visits would have the potential to cost no more than average co-pays in the current Medical Cartel system.
    Notice he didn’t see too upset when speaking about it the other day. And if he really was bothered by it, it would show, because he does have a huge ego (not a bad thing). And IMO, his ego will not allow him to fail.
    To conclude, I repeat, we are witnessing ‘The Art of The Deal’ in action.

    • Wow, great summary! You described it perfectly. I just hate to see anyone suffer when it does implode. Do you think he will start working on it now?

      • Nobody will suffer, IMO. As for is he working on it, all that needs to happen is the ACA collapse. And the only thing that needs to be done is open state lines for insurance. The rest is enforce laws already on the books. I’m pretty certain Rand Paul has anything needed legislation-wise since this has been his idea as well for years.

          • No problemo. Now obviously i could be wrong, but I’m usually pretty good at these predictions. Not a newbie to political analysis. Good day & God bless

    • 4) Antagonize the Speaker of the House, who is the guy who can subpoena his tax returns, conduct hearings, and start impeachment proceedings.
      “Nobody knew that health care would be so complicated.”

      • The IRS has his returns. He’ being audited. Get off that track of lies. There is nothing there, I guarantee. Paul Ryan is a punk sell-out who got exactly what he deserves. Go back to CNN or whatever Lie Factory you get your made up info from. The adults are speak with each other here. He is playing you and the rest of the world like a fiddle, and I know he is sitting back, laughing his ass off, just as I am.
        Art of The Deal in action

        • Really? All of this tax returns have been under audit for two straight years? You actually BELIEVE that?
          By the way, the IRS says an auditing does not prevent you from releasing your tax returns.
          “If I run for President, I will absolutely release my taxes.” – Trump, 2014
          CHUCK TODD: “Will you release any of your tax returns for the public to scrutinize?”
          TRUMP: “Well, we’re working on that now. I have very big returns, as you know, and I have everything all approved and very beautiful and we’ll be working that over in the next period of time, Chuck. Absolutely.”
          LAUER: “When are you going to release your tax returns?”
          TRUMP: “Probably over the next few months. They’re being worked on now.”
          >>>There is nothing there, I guarantee.>>>
          Then why is the first Presidential candidate of my lifetime to not release them? And why did he lie, and say he was going to?
          >>>. He is playing you and the rest of the world like a fiddle, and I know he is sitting back, laughing his ass off, just as I am.>>>
          Yes, when he falls on his face, you swear that he MEANT to do that. Because he’s your god, and your god and your god CAN’T make a mistake.
          Trump worships Mammon, and you worship Trump.
          SAD.

          • You speak of like you know me. I didn’t even vote for him. And tax returns are a distraction. I don’t care about anything but results, and he getting things done. And what happened when Mr Maddow put his out. Flop. Keep believing the lies from the MSM, see how far that gets you.

          • ” And what happened when Mr Maddow put his out.”
            Gee, why don’t you just tattoo the word “asshole” on your forehead?

          • Well since you put it that way you must be right.
            If you have nothing to offer but insults, at least try to be original.

    • HEY, HAPPY ONE ! TRUMP’S PUTTING MORE TROOPS PERMANENTLY IN
      SYRIA, IRAQ & AFGHANISTAN AND NOW SOMALIA ! THEY BETTER BE BLACK!
      AND THE FASCIST GENERALS IN THE DOD WANTS SOME IN LIBYA !
      MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. MY BEHIND ! LET’S DO SOME MORE WAR!

      • And that has what to do with healthcare? Stay on topic or go troll elsewhere. We are discussing domestic policy, not foreign.

      • As long as the patient is paying the premiums, I don’t see how they can be kicked off.
        There are around 10 million people who are on some form of subsidized insurance. Those subsidies will have to be continued for some period of time to allow for a transition to a new system. I hope that is part of Rand Paul’s plan.
        Also, I hope there is a movement back to charity hospitals. They existed for over a hundred years and were only driven out of business by federal and state regulations in the 1960’s and after. Charity hospitals is how the indigent were given first rate medical care at little or no cost, and with no taxpayer subsidies. St Judes is one of the few that still operate that way.

      • ihnatz troll – Yeh maybe they will LIVE – instead of being murdered by the chemo poisoning and radiation poisoning! Are you a big pharma troll, or simple blind as hell?

  2. What really pisses me off is that I only make $1019 a month and am ineligible for Medicaid. The cutoff is $975 per month for an individual. And I can’t afford the $150 monthly vig Medicare wants and you have to meet their yearly deductibles so what the F good is Medidcare anyway at that rate!!!! So what the hell do I do for any kind of health insurance?? I don’t. I just use the old…..if I get over this illness I live….if I don’t then I die. I hope that with the new healthcare they RAISE the Medicaid cutoff to a much higher rate and I will qualify for it. If not, then I guess I just curl up in a freaking corner and die.

      • Oh yeah…..what’s that pray tell? Sit in the corner and croak no doubt. Too rich for Medicaid and too poor for the laughable Medicare…..ain’t no in between for us old farts. I’m 70 and on SSR.

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