U.S. Republican Senator Rand Paul said on Sunday that he remains open to supporting the Senate healthcare bill but only under certain circumstances.
All but two states already have laws on the books that ban insurer providers from discriminating against rape and sexual abuse survivors.
When told he was mandating the death of people on Medicaid Labrador claimed “That line is so indefensible.' What is indefensible is Trumpcare.
Eager to give their leader Donald Trump a “win” on passing any significant legislation these Republican Representatives voted not only for an economically disastrous bill, but one that is so morally repugnant as to be evil.
"Big win in the House - very exciting! But when everything comes together with the inclusion of Phase 2, we will have truly great healthcare!"
"There's one sentence every American needs to know: Trumpcare eliminates pre-existing condition protections."
"Trump only wants 'win.' He does not know or care what's in bill or what impact it will have on millions."
Joe Wilson was met with a chorus of boos and cries of 'You lie!' when he showed up at his town hall and spoke evasively about protecting women
"Trump was trying to sell what Trump always sells, which is sort of a flatulent mass of his own fantasy about what the product is."
"I got the opinion that there are some members of the Freedom Caucus would vote No against the 10 Commandments if it ever came up for a vote."
"Can't be said enough: Republicans objecting to #TrumpRyancare are doing so because it's not yet cruel enough for the @freedomcaucus."
"There is no three-phase process. There is no three-step plan. That is just political talk. It’s just politicians engaging in spin"
"I think if you read this entire report, I'm pretty encouraged by it. And it actually exceeded my expectations."
Paul Krugman warns that we should not "presume that Ryan and company have any idea what they’re doing."
"Prediction: if GOP health bill goes down in flames, Trump will deny that he ever supported it and place all blame on Congressional Rs."
“We ask Congress to protect our patients, and find ways to maintain coverage for as many Americans as possible.”