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Picking apart Cory Booker’s latest health care nonsense, point by point


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By Herman Cain —— Bio and Archives March 20, 2017

As Republicans in Congress continue to craft a legislative solution to the disastrous Unaffordable Care Act, the Democrats continue to mislead its defenders with more and more dishonest and deceptive rhetoric. The latest installment comes from Senator Cory Booker (D-New Jersey), and is deserving of a complete deception diagnosis.

By the way, Booker is considered by Democrats to be a future Democrat presidential candidate, and he won the un-coveted “Liberal Lunacy of the Week” last week on the Herman Cain Radio Show with the following litany of false statements:

“The Republicans cannot just force this down our throats.  It’s going to knock a lot of folks off, hurt long-term care, hurt good working class folks.  I don’t understand this almost, I don’t understand their political strategy because this is bad politics.  Deeper than that it is bad policy and bad process.”

Let’s break this down, shall we?

The Republicans cannot just force this down our throats.

Most of us will recall then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that the Democrats had to pass the UCA and then tell us what was in it. They did just that in 2010 with no Republican votes in Congress, because it was that bad and they wanted no Republican input. They forced it down our throats.

In 2017, the Republicans’ American Health Care Act (AHCA) is working its way through Congress and we know what’s in it, and sensible people like most of it. Some of the favorite features are no mandates, no penalties, repeal of taxes hidden in the UCA, and allowing the states to manage Medicaid. These features are the exact opposite of what’s in the UCA, which has failed miserably.

One thought on “Picking apart Cory Booker’s latest health care nonsense, point by point

  1. At some point he will be discovered…but make no mistake about it, this guy is a survivor…dangerous like Bill Clinton was back when he was governor of Arkantucky.

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