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Republicans Apologize To Donors For Not Killing Obamacare


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The benefactor class isn't getting exactly what it'sed a good idea for on healthcare policy, and also Republicans are really sorry. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and Ben Mankiewicz, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Inform us exactly what you think in the comment area below.

" WASHINGTON– As more than 40 suppressed Republican senators lunched on Chick-fil-A at a closed-door session last week, Legislator Cory Gardner of Colorado repainted a dire image for his associates. Project fund-raising was drying up, he claimed, due to extensive disappointment amongst benefactors over the inability of the Republican politician Senate to rescind the Affordable Care Act or do a lot of anything else.
Mr. Gardner supervises of his celebration's midterm re-election press, as well as he alerted that donors of all stripes were choosing not to contribute an additional penny up until the struggling bulk generated some concrete results.
" Donors rage," one person knowledgeable about the personal meeting quoted Mr. Gardner as stating. "We haven't kept our pledge."
The backlash from huge contributors as well as the yard roots stressed Us senate Republicans and also belonged to the inspiration behind the sudden zeal to take one last split at reversing the healthcare regulation before completion of the month. That initiative failed Friday with brand-new opposition from Senator John McCain of Arizona, the seasonal maverick who had scuttled the Us senate's first abolition initiative. Now Republicans should confront the possibility that they will certainly again let down their backers without any big win in sight." *.

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  1. Posted by billybobhobnob101, at Reply

    In 1913 when the income tax started the personal exemption was $3000 for a single person and $4000 for a married couple, in today’s money that would be $75,000 for a single person and $100,000 for a married couple – when the U.S. had the highest GDP growth the top income tax rate was between 70% and 91% .

  2. Posted by GR. Hollman, at Reply

    Democrats DID continiously fight Reagan’s trickle down supply side economic plan attributed to David Stockman Reagan’s Budget Director who pubically has disavowed denoucing supply side trickle down for the scam it was and IS.

  3. Posted by Pookah Harvey, at Reply

    When the Republicans give tax cuts, the rich get the cake and everyone else gets the crumbs. The taxes that the rich didn’t pay trickles down to the middle class. Decrease funding to state and local governments are made up for by increasing state sales taxes, increased fees (ie car and driver registration fees), local government increases property taxes, so what trickles down is not wealth but the unpaid taxes. These end up costing the middle class much more than the tax cut crumbs Republicans throw you at the federal level.

  4. Posted by Jimmy Droid, at Reply

    What a great Democracy, next Murica will become a Marco State I’m looking at you pharmaceutical lobby.

  5. Posted by Peter Martell, at Reply

    please explain how donors having expectations of political action is not considered BRIBERY or influence pedalling

  6. Posted by Itty Itt, at Reply

    What kind of nothing are you doing now. It’s already a failure! Just look at you standing around like scarecrows Pretending to get something done. Pathetic Americans you are

  7. Posted by Fred Plantinga, at Reply

    Is it possible that stupidity rules the Republicans? I do not know, because I am living at the other side of the ocean, along the North Sea, in that small Kingdom of The Netherlands. What I do know is that, since Trump was elected president of the USA we’ve never had so much to laugh about. I pity you Americans; certainly do not envy you.

  8. Posted by David Roberts, at Reply

    Oh boy! I’ll be able to buy that helicopter and not get taxed now. See? That’s how it helps us middle class voters.

  9. Posted by Mark Watney, at Reply

    Republicans: your apologies are insufficient. just kill yourselves with a dagger like they do in Japan when you dishonor yourselves.

  10. Posted by Rose Ryan, at Reply

    Seriously, does anyone with a pulse still believe that the Republicans work for anyone except their donors?

  11. Posted by David Myers, at Reply

    Politicians blatantly in the open tell the voters who they work for. And every election people go out and vote for them anyway.

  12. Posted by Richard Crosby, at Reply

    The state under capitalism works to serve the interests of the capitalist bourgeoisie above all else. It is naive to think that revolutionary change could come about from an inherently reactionary system.

  13. Posted by Angela Siegfried, at Reply

    Call it what it is. It’s not “entitlements”, it’s benefits. American’s *earned* their social security money  because it is dependent on how much money they earned during their employment. Also when people retire they pay a hefty premium every month for their Medicare health insurance.

  14. Posted by Unknown Prodigy, at Reply

    I really think it is DONOR not plural. The Koch Brothers. Two brothers that need to be stuffed on an island and permanently removed from America.

  15. Posted by Keith Bell, at Reply

    Capitalist lesson #1. Politics follows the money. Not the other way around. Life, liberty, and Justice…AFTER they get paid.

  16. Posted by Marcus Tanghe, at Reply

    When does McCain’s term end?

  17. Posted by jennybugsification13, at Reply

    It’s not like these donors are martyrs… they’re not recipients of ACA benefits.. they’re rich.

  18. Posted by Wilbur Jenkins, at Reply

    Plenty of corrupt Democrats as well, but Republicans take it to a whole new level. GoP is infested with private donors and special interests.

  19. Posted by tesladrive1, at Reply

    It almost feels like repealing Obamacare was the GOP’s best vehicle for tacking on tax cuts for their rich donors. Now that voters are getting wise to the fact that lowering taxes for the rich does not mean it’s going to result in benefits to the poor and middle classes, but just more of a burden being placed on them! Spending on the military goes up to an outrageous level, public schools threatened, National parks given away to greedy corporations, Healthcare demolished, just everything that was great for my grandkids that I didn’t mind paying taxes for over the years is being stripped away by the incredible greed of a few. Screw policing the world. The military/industrial complex is bankrupting this nation. They even admit that they don’t know where their money goes. And they want more?! Somebody is putting money in their pockets while robbing the American public, and I’m sick of it! Find out who’s getting kickbacks and nail their hides to the wall! If that means all of Congress, fine!

  20. Posted by Marc Santos, at Reply

    The major media commentators are in the top 1% , Why would they call out politicians lying on tax reform? Kudos to those that do.