When you vote next Tuesday, beware of the GOP's pre-existing condition: lying!



“’All Republicans support people with pre-existing conditions, and if they don’t, they will after I speak to them,’  President Donald Trump tweeted earlier this month. ‘Republicans will totally protect people with Pre-Existing Conditions, Democrats will not!”’ he added last week. But Trump’s administration is currently suing to overturn these protections in court and just last week issued guidance that makes it easier for states to opt out of coverage requirements.”  [texasobserver.org]


To win their elections Republicans will

Protect pre-existing conditions until

They’re voted all in

And then they begin

To  acknowledge it’s what after all they will kill.




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  • Lauren Underwood and Sean Casten made that pretty clear, and the only response from Hultgren is that she wants single payer, not that there's anything wrong with that.

    In the meantime I read that the orange legal scholar wants to repeal the 14th Amendment by executive order. I wonder if they asked Kavanaugh about that. Fox News pointed out (before 4 EDT) that the Honduran caravan stuff was just something to fool the base before the midterms. I suppose this, too.

  • He consulted his team of Constitutional scholars: Larry, Moe, and Curly.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Dewey, Cheatum, and Howe take offense to that. Also, as Barry Rosner pointed out, the law firm of Goldman, Braverman, and Cohen.

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