Who asked you losers? https://t.co/OQcs8W8e1N
— JWF (@JammieWF) December 7, 2016
Soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is putting his foot down when it comes to Obamacare:
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 7, 2016
More from the Washington Examiner:
“We’re not going to do a replacement,” Schumer said of his caucus. “If they repeal without a replacement, they will own it. Democrats will not then step up to the plate and come up with a half-baked solution that we will partially own. It’s all theirs.”
Well OK, Chuck. If you insist …
— Rschrim (@Rschrim) December 7, 2016
— Bizarro Sirota (@bizzaro_sirota) December 7, 2016
@dcexaminer Good, they don't have any good ideas in the first place.
— Bill Fanning (@WLFanning) December 7, 2016
@dcexaminer That's okay. The dems did such a lousy job on the failure that is obamacare, what could they possibly have to offer?
— Tom Braatz (@tdbraatz) December 7, 2016
— Todd Cohen (@molonosoff) December 7, 2016
@dcexaminer i don't believe GOP ever asked for help
— Donna Jean (@YellowstoneDJR) December 7, 2016
@dcexaminer best news all day
— Nick Cimyotte (@NCnote) December 7, 2016
@dcexaminer the best news I've heard all year
— David (@dbhall74) December 7, 2016
@dcexaminer thank goodness. You f%×king idiots did enough
— A Mer (@amercone1) December 7, 2016
As the Examiner’s Paige Winfield Cunningham also points out:
If Democrats refuse to work with Republicans on a replacement plan, that could put them in a political bind, as they could be blamed for depriving millions of Americans of health coverage.
Huh. Wouldn’t that be something?