Say you want a truck. But the dealer forces you to take a concept vehicle. It won’t start at first…when it finally does, the wheels fall off and engine dies before leaving the lot.
And the dealer says it’s your responsibility to fix it. Who in their right mind would agree?
ONLY the truly spineless!
So, file this under ‘not seeing the forest for the trees’…
Normally respectable politicians are sinking into deep weeds, so busy over-analyzing disastrous consequences of bad policy, they can’t see the answer right in front of them.
Replacing a functioning machine with a non-functioning one MAKES.NO.SENSE.
Any adult with common sense would return the non-functioning equipment, demand a refund, and immediately put the (existing) functioning machine back in operation.
Obama himself has revealed the answer to fixing problems inherent with Obamacare… he’s gone back to what was working, pre-Obamacare…EVERY TIME.
He has exempted, waived, delayed, and scrapped every broken piece of this disastrous law since ‘implementation’…selectively repealing healthcare law at his whim.
(Except, of course, for the Individual Mandate, forcing us to buy their broken product.)
If selective repeal works for Obama and Democrats when faced with ‘bad law’ reality… why isn’t a ‘repeal’ solution okay when Republicans suggest it? The GOP was locked out of the law’s creation, and not one Republican voted for it. Why should they ‘fix’ it?
Besides, if something has NEVER worked…do you ever really know when its fixed?
And, just as importantly, guess who gets the blame for the ‘fixes’?
To be fair, the Examiner article makes some very good points, but needs to give the GOP some spine. One solution should have been its headline, changed to read…
“GOP should not be trapped by Democrat demands to fix Obamacare”.
(Then, throw in our truck-buying analogy at the start…we don’t mind.)