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" Republican politicians sought Wednesday to rescue their press to revamp the nation's health-care system, with a leading GOP lawmaker proposing a brand-new amendment in hopes of relocating the debatable step to passage after weeks of fits and also begins.

Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) is crafting a proposal to provide more financial support– $8 billion over 5 years– compared to the existing Home Republican plan supplies to people with preexisting medical problems.

The move comes amid expanding bother with the future for those individuals that can be refuted protection or charged a lot more under the GOP plan if their states pull out of guaranteed protections in the Affordable Treatment Act. The states would have to set up high-risk swimming pools to absorb some of the expenses." *.

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  1. Posted by Kenshin0011, at Reply

    We need single payer healthcare insurance coverage YESTERDAY!

    • Posted by D3ATHSC1TH3, at Reply

      MrAjama9 yes because you can actually multiply to see the average cost to maintain a single payer healthcare, which would SAVE lives and SAVE money compared to 320 million covered under private health insurance.

    • Posted by yarnpower, at Reply

      Kenshin0011 nonsense. A smaller country has less citizens but also has a smaller budget. We have more people but have a much larger budget. Think about it, we spend much more per person on health care so obviously having insurance companies taking a big bite of our premiums for their bloated overhead and profits is not the most cost effective way to deliver health care. (Insurance companies take 20% of our premiums for overhead compared to Medicare running a 4% overhead. And before Obamacare many were taking 30-40% in overhead expenses!)
      Medicare for all is the common sense solution to providing health care for all for less money than we spend now.

    • Posted by D3ATHSC1TH3, at Reply

      yarnpower we WOULDN’T need Medicare if we had healthcare for all, it would just simply REMOVE Medicare in exchange for healthcare and it wouldn’t be ran by a corporation it would be ran by the government and STATES and in which those states could expand healthcare coverage (meaning what healthcare covers)

    • Posted by Tony Edwards, at Reply

      MrAjama9  I have seen this argument before, but never with any justification/back-up facts as to why it wouldn’t work in the US. Can you back up your assertion, or are you just being……foolish?

  2. Posted by CrazySeanDX, at Reply

    Considering Trump Supporters buy Trump products solely cause of his name on it, I don’t think they care about this.

    • Posted by Dingo Yang, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond save me jebus.

    • Posted by D3ATHSC1TH3, at Reply

      g br there was NO rigging in the primary elections and there was NO bullying so quit yaping about conspiracy bullshit nonsense, the primaries were fair, the debates were fair, and the general election WASN’T fair, we need to ABOLISH the electoral college it is bullshit and the ONLY way we determine a presidency and NOTHING ELSE. everything else is over 50% of vote or more

    • Posted by D3ATHSC1TH3, at Reply

      Maggie Flynn-Fleet they couldn’t even stay 1 night at trump hotel or buy full meals at trump hotels.

    • Posted by ccmanize, at Reply

      CrazySeanDX
      Maybe not yet. But they will in the future when they lose healthcare or it rockets in costs.

  3. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    The poor trumptards with medical conditions will suffer so much. Their orange saviour will be their damnation.

    • Posted by Justine Jaz, at Reply

      +g br, I call bullshit. I know 3 Trump voter’s, all nice people, all undercover racist’s, so undercover, they don’t even realize how racist they are.

    • Posted by dudekool 888, at Reply

      Under the new AHCA, Insurers get to charge older people 5X as much. Congratulations Trump supporters….LOL

    • Posted by William Ryan, at Reply

      Race really isn’t the topic here.

  4. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    remember trump supporters, trump said everyone would be covered, everyone would get more benefits than they would with the ACA and that the government was going to pay for it. obama just said you could keep your doctor, if you were mad about that then you should feel betrayal with this

  5. Posted by g br, at Reply

    I foresee a lot of Republicans out of work soon. LOL.

    • Posted by will be my end, at Reply

      That’s what we thought during the 2016 Elections… Don’t underestimate the ability of the Democrats to shoot themselves in the foot

    • Posted by g br, at Reply

      I agree in theory but the Republicans are doing so much harm it pains me to say it but even criminal Clinton might be able to win. Certainly, as it stands, Republicans are going to get decimated in the House and Senate in 2018. They barely won Kansas, and are about to lose Georgia. People will lose healthcare, they are taking out 300 billion from Medicare too in this bill AND on top of it, going after SSI next probably along with rich tax cuts. After that, they will have effectively done nothing, zero fixes, in office but expand inequality which is already labeled “obscene”. This country is in a full blown crisis right now.

    • Posted by jb hann, at Reply

      g br …I completely agree with you, but like Cenk said, republicans will probably wait until after the 2018 elections and then shove all this stuff through.

      And, they’ll probably get more republicans into office when some terrorist attack suddenly happens, or there’s some sort of threat to the people that magically happens at just the right time for republicans to win.

    • Posted by Exantius9, at Reply

      g br I’d like to believe this, that political actions have consequences, but it wont happen. Reps have gerrymandered the states they rule in so much they can win the majority of representatives from them with way less than 50% of the vote, and there are enough ignorant/heartless people that the crushing Democrat victory needed to smoke them out will not happen. I hate to be a doomsayer, but DT victory in presidential election proved pessimism is the only way to look at politics and not get horribly disappointed

  6. Posted by Should've picked Hillary, at Reply

    What I really don’t understand is why is it Republicans who want to repel it? It’s Republican constituents that rely on it the most… Older, Southern, White, men. I say we let them repel it, let that voting bloc come crawling back to us…

    • Posted by Grab liberals by the Mangina, at Reply

      Should’ve kicked Hillary she was not an option.

    • Posted by Jason716 Smith, at Reply

      they want to give a huge tax cut to the wealthy

    • Posted by Guillermo Sanchez, at Reply

      They want to get rid of the mandate from Obamacare and give a big tax cut to the rich, that’s why they want to get this passed ASAP.

    • Posted by Texas Made, at Reply

      +Guillermo Sanchez That mandate is what pays so more people can get covered so by them saying they want it gone they really mean those covered under ACA are on their own.For shame and those who voted for this congress and president have sold out our country in the name of hatred towards minorities.

    • Posted by Exantius9, at Reply

      Should’ve picked Hillary The thing is, Republican voters DON’T want to repeal it, but Republican politicians have never had the best of their voters in mind, so here we go. They probably count on being able to shift the blame to the Democrats when their voters realize they just lost their health care, and looking back, I bet that will succeed and they get re-elected regardless

  7. Posted by bgregg55, at Reply

    Who the hell doesn’t have preexisting conditions?

    • Posted by Levity, at Reply

      Regardless, people with preexisting conditions don’t want insurance. They want medicine.

      Yet people keep wanting the state to be the sole insurer. Will they learn?

    • Posted by Jordan Luoneas, at Reply

      Trump IS a pre-existing condition!

    • Posted by Niklas Hansen, at Reply

      Life is a pre-existing condition.

    • Posted by Exantius9, at Reply

      In the case that somebody didn’t know this already: high blood pressure combined with any other condition, including overweight, counts as pre-existing condition and is enough to lose insurance. That’s like half the population right off the bat

  8. Posted by kg062007, at Reply

    That fat senator looks like he’s about to die of a heart attack, of course he wants preexisting conditions covered.

    • Posted by derwyn owen, at Reply

      its ok, hes in congress, they made sure they had universal healthcare

    • Posted by D3ATHSC1TH3, at Reply

      derwyn owen he sure tried to screw over everyone else by being part of Congress to make the healthcare bill EXEMPT from them those cowards

  9. Posted by Lord Luke Lightbringer, at Reply

    So is America great yet?

    • Posted by D3ATHSC1TH3, at Reply

      Documented President HOW MOTHERFUCKER?

    • Posted by Rebecca Duboise, at Reply

      Lord Luke Lightbringer Not yet Lord Lightbringer

    • Posted by Dr. Pepe, at Reply

      Lord Luke Lightbringer but but but… Crooked Hillary told me America is already great…

    • Posted by IshtarNike, at Reply

      Lord Luke Lightbringer Get thee behind me, Lightbringer!

  10. Posted by Designer4952, at Reply

    Republicans have no soul.

    • Posted by beatthisroot, at Reply

      Designer4952
      Yeah. But democrats don’t have one neither. Soul is not a real thing.

    • Posted by Designer4952, at Reply

      beatthisroot we do. You don’t. But way to be a real conservative Christian.

    • Posted by beatthisroot, at Reply

      I’m not American, so no, you tried, but results are a fail, sorry. You could’ve said I’m a cynical socialist atheist misanthrope, and that would have been bullseye.

  11. Posted by rocky19421, at Reply

    Trumpcare 2.0: Die Faster and More Broker…

    • Posted by davlor86, at Reply

      it will likely pass the House with very narrow margin but its sucess in the Senate is quite uncertain

  12. Posted by JUSTMISH 2U, at Reply

    Well Billy Bob and Tammy Fay get ready to be fucked. You continue to vote against your own best interest and your representatives sold you out. Congrats. Let us PREY.

    • Posted by David Ortiz, at Reply

      JUSTMISH 2U I want a wife like u

  13. Posted by Mending Wall, at Reply

    For a party that looks up to Jesus so much, they sure hate the sick

    • Posted by Harry Butte, at Reply

      Yeah, they contradict themselves quite a bit when speaking about morals and religion.

    • Posted by Exantius9, at Reply

      Mending Wall Lol, no Republican has ever opened the Bible, or at least not learned anything from it. There’s pretty much no Gospel verse they don’t completely ignore/do the opposite (heal the sick, help the poor, don’t be greedy, be merciful; all go down when they follow their one true calling, money). They only take stuff from the Old side, and even then, like true hypocrites, only obey the ones they personally like. Even the Pope himself criticizes them all the time, I think that makes it pretty clear how devoted they really are

  14. Posted by PuC Punisha, at Reply

    Why do heavy southern accents make people sound so uneducated?

    • Posted by james smith, at Reply

      Acuz we’uns ain’t bout all thet thur purty speechifyin. We’uns is bout hi skule futtball an NASCAR by gawd. Damn sissyfied yankees…mutter mutter.

    • Posted by David Hernandez, at Reply

      I mean, statistically the south has more republicans… and well… Statistically republicans are less educated.

    • Posted by T Wilson, at Reply

      and they gerrymanded districts a bunch of morons

    • Posted by Harry Butte, at Reply

      “I mean, statistically the south has more republicans… and well… Statistically republicans are less educated.” They’re not dumb, they are great at deceiving people. They speak like working people who work hard for their money, but most of these guys if not all have no idea how hard it is to work like the people they represent.

    • Posted by David Hernandez, at Reply

      your talking about politicians…. im talking about the people.

  15. Posted by Save the USA, at Reply

    I cant wait till 20 million people march on Washington to drag every one of them out of office. I will be one of them.

    • Posted by Jason716 Smith, at Reply

      exactly I want front row tickets for that march

  16. Posted by Sergei, at Reply

    And Democrats lost to these clowns.

  17. Posted by EarlyLove2014, at Reply

    The House of Rep Resentment ahead..!

  18. Posted by Dead-Owl 911, at Reply

    They won guys…. we are FUCKED!