This command explicitly states that we are not to endanger or harm the lives of other people in any way and also includes the imperatives to help and support people in all of life’s needs.
It isn't a surprise, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell kept his health care bill a secret because it is even worse than the House passed Trumpcare bill.
Long before the Russians interfered in the 2016 presidential election, Republicans were active hacking the humanity of people in this country and around the world their immoral policies laced with sexism and racism and topped off with various forms of xenophobia.
An analysis of tracking polls since March has found a net 17 point swing towards Democrats on health care as Trumpcare is causing people to flee the Republican Party.
Trumpcare is starting to go down in a ball of flames in the Senate, as Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) said he wouldn't bet on ACA repeal and replace passing, and that he is backing a short-term bill to stabilize the insurance markets.
If the CBO report finds that Trumpcare doesn't save $2 billion, Trump and Republicans will look like idiots for celebrating, because the House will have to vote on the health care bill again.
Senate Republicans are warning that the odds are high that Trumpcare is going to fail in the Senate, which is going to leave Republicans begging to do a deal with Democrats on health care.
While Republicans are banking on their repeal efforts to excite the base of their party, it's becoming clear that they are in over their heads.
Dr. Atul Gawande a surgeon, Harvard professor, and author of more than 40 New York Times bestsellers explained why the American Health Care Act (Trumpcare) was a bad replacement for Obamacare. Dr. Gawande described Trumpcare as an Obamacare replacement that is not sane or credible.
Speaker of the House Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) was asked a simple question on ABC's This Week. Ryan was asked if he would guarantee that people would be better off under the Republican health care bill. His response was to never answer the question.
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.
"AHCA was posted online a month ago" and "scored by CBO -- twice." She lies. The version voted on didn't exist a month ago and was never scored.
The aftermath of the House vote to pass the American Health Care Act provided proof that every move that Republicans are making is only adding to the Democratic momentum on the march to 2018.
According to The Cook Political Report, 20 Republican House seats have shifted towards Democrats in 2018 thanks to their votes for unpopular American Health Care Act (Trumpcare).
While House Republicans and President Trump were in the Rose Garden celebrating their health care win, Senate Republicans announced that they wouldn't be voting on the House bill, but will instead write their own.
Reporters have witnessed cases of Bud Light being delivered to the Capitol under sheets as House Republicans appear to be planning a party to celebrate their vote to take health insurance away from 24 million people and make insurance more expensive for those with pre-existing conditions.
Republican Senators are making it well known that they don't see a way for the House's American Health Care Act to pass the Senate. As soon as the bill hits the Senate, it will be dead.
House Republicans embarrassed themselves at a whole new level, as hours before a critical vote, they misspelled the name of their own health care bill.
The Upton Amendment in the revised Republican health care bill isn't protection for people with preexisting conditions is a declaration of war on cancer patients that will force them into underfunded high-risk pools.
Trump and Republicans are circulating new legislative language and hoping for a vote on Wednesday on a new health care that would strip protections away from people with preexisting conditions.