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Why This Republican Senator Can’t Support Trumpcare


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Trumpcare would injure Nevada voters so poor that Republican Dean Heller is being afraid for his Us senate seat. John Iadarola and Mark Thompson, hosts of The Young Turks, talk about. Tell us what you believe in the comment area listed below.

" Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) said Friday that he could not sustain Us senate Bulk Leader Mitch McConnell's health-care expense without changes to it, ending up being the fifth GOP legislator to take that placement considering that the bill was released on Thursday.

Heller, that is for reelection in 2018, has shared problems regarding the method the step deals with the future of Medicaid. The proposition would certainly enforce lasting federal investing cuts on the program.

" I could not support a piece of regulations that eliminates insurance policy from tens of countless Americans and thousands of hundreds of Nevadans," Heller claimed in a press conference kept in his home state.

Nevada, like the majority of states, broadened Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act." *.

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  1. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    1 republican with a heart, and the other 4 don’t think trumpcare is mean enough! heartless pricks they are!!

    • Posted by Ll G, at Reply

      No heart.. he just fears for his job.

    • Posted by Anzac-A1, at Reply

      How do you know that? Not all Republicans are Nazis in disguise.

    • Posted by Michael Dunson, at Reply

      They don’t have a heart they will vote for the bill in the end.

    • Posted by Conker Squirrel, at Reply

      Anzac-A1 Well we’ll see by which republicans vote for this bill.

    • Posted by Christy Shutz, at Reply

      Conker Squirrel …. And hopefully their constituents are paying attention and relieve them of their seats!

  2. Posted by Nicholas Skeans, at Reply

    Trump is America’s version of Aegon the Unworthy

    • Posted by mcgavin, at Reply

      Idi Amin

    • Posted by Ramon Martinez, at Reply

      And i think he will end like the mad king

    • Posted by Ablaikhan Bennett, at Reply

      Ramon Martinez Yeah he will be backstabbed by his Cabinet

    • Posted by Wendy Hull, at Reply

      Oh great you ruined Game of Thrones for me with the political crap going on now.

  3. Posted by The Hidden Socialist, at Reply

    Politicians would never do anything that would cost them their seat. Personal ambition and power always comes first. Few of them give a crap about the quality of their voters lives.

    • Posted by Chad Austin, at Reply

      I don’t know. Bernie endorsing Hillary after the primary could’ve cost him his senate seat.

    • Posted by Andy Fruth, at Reply

      The Hidden Socialist ‘Cause that’s where the cash is

    • Posted by Dave Bass, at Reply

      cuz voters suck at choosing for benevolence and decide on malevolence. SAD

    • Posted by Dave Bass, at Reply

      20/20 hind sight vision and all. Progressives are ahead of the curve, not behind it like 90% of active electorate. We don’t have all day you slow pokes.

    • Posted by deharleyva, at Reply

      Dave Bass Exactly! Many vote to stick it to others rather than to better their own lives.

  4. Posted by BladeWinters, at Reply

    This is going to end up becoming a secret vote

    • Posted by Chad Austin, at Reply

      It’d be entertaining to see how GOP members try to pretend they didn’t vote for it if it is a secret vote.

    • Posted by mcgavin, at Reply

      If this roll of toilet paper trumpcare bill even goes to a vote as soon as the republicans see a couple of ‘no votes’ watch the rest of them vote no so they can tell their people they did the right thing. Bunch of gutless cowards. That won’t happen anyway. If Mitch the sea turtle isn’t sure he has enough votes, he won’t allow a vote on it, then they can all say they were going to vote no. Again, gutless cowards.

    • Posted by deharleyva, at Reply

      BladeWinters Votes are recorded. How can you make it secret?

  5. Posted by Marq Mac, at Reply

    As a progressive, it is refreshing to see a conservative with integrity.

    • Posted by András Bíró, at Reply

      +Andrew Wells
      There are tons of issues with private health insurance. One big one is preexisting conditions. If you are already sick, and likely to have huge medical bills, it’s not worth for insurance companies to cover you. They will go after young and healthy customers, who are the least likely to need medical services. And poor people will likely opt out to save a few bucks, then when they get sick, or injured, they can choose between gigantic debt and death. Other insurances don’t have this problem, because your life is not on the line.
      What pretty much all developed nation does is they are paying for everyone’s healthcare from income taxes. Everyone with any income have to pay, and everyone is automatically covered. And since the government is in a much better position to negotiate prices, and there’s no middle man, the whole system tends to be much more cost effective.
      Also, competition sounds nice, but it’s not that simple. Unless there are strict anti-trust laws and they are strongly enforced, monopolies and cartels kill fair competition.
      The problem in the case of health care is that the barrier to entry is very high, a new drug or device takes years or even decades to develop, which is very expensive, and than the approval process is long and expensive again, because a small mistake can kill a lot of people. So if one company develops a new drug it can sell it for as much money as people can pay, because any competitor will likely need years to come up with something different with the same effect (they obviously can’t sell the same thing), and customers will pay, because health is more important than money.
      If you make a smartphone, you only have to tweak it a bit to avoid patent issues, but if you are making a molecule, there’s very little to tweak without altering it’s function.
      A well known example of this is the epipen, which costs $600 in the US, $69 in the UK. It’s story tells everything you need to know about the private healthcare industry.

  6. Posted by CeCe Kansas, at Reply

    Hey, it’s sad to say but I honestly think this bill is going to pass. We live in a corrupt society. Like Cenk said brace for impact!!!!

    • Posted by Mr600_theprodigy, at Reply

      CeCe Kansas the bill may pass but since its a different version than the house bill, it has to go back to the house. Then the house will either vote on the senate bill or a conference committee will happen to resolve the differences between the two bills. Then they will have to pass that bill instead. In other words, its far from over and I doubt the house will pass the bill(they are more conservative than the senate).

  7. Posted by Sergio P, at Reply

    And Jesus said “LET THE POOR DIE” – Ted Cruz Bible

    • Posted by Sha Dow, at Reply

      “How was he homeless”? Have you ever read the bible at all?
      “How do you know he had long hair”? Every painting or drawing of him. Every single one. As well as his followers. It wasn’t until the Roman catholics took over that the christian ideal hairdo became Roman Centurion.

    • Posted by AllYourBase, at Reply

      he traveled a lot doesn’t mean he’s homeless. Had parents who lived somewhere. Those are not paintings of Jesus, those are what some white men imagined him as in their time. Are you even serious with these assumptions?

    • Posted by Sergio P, at Reply

      +AllYourBase – And Jesus said “defend me and my existence, BECAUSE I AM THE ALL POWERFUL, and let the poor die, because the rich shouldn’t have to pay taxes” ref.- Rand Paul’s Bible.

    • Posted by Sha Dow, at Reply

      Every single representation of Jesus, including Movies, shows Jesus as being a long haired hippie, not a Roman Centurion.

  8. Posted by Stiven Lopez, at Reply

    atleast there’s some republican politicians with common sense

    • Posted by Gizmo fromPizmo, at Reply

      One Republican who wants to keep his job.

  9. Posted by Alex Golembeski, at Reply

    I personally predict that the AHCA will pass 52-48, and even though millions of people will lose health insurance and die, the Republicans will still win huge landslide victories in 2018 and 2020 due to a combination of the Democrats sucking and people being stupid…

    • Posted by Malachi Owens, at Reply

      It’s common for the opposite side to gain power in the midterms. Obama lost his majority, Nixion did…….obvious that history repeats itself so dems may win 2018

    • Posted by Zeupater, at Reply

      +Malachi Owens It’s more than common. Going back to at least Eisenhower, maybe farther, the opposition party to the presidency has made gains in every midterm.

    • Posted by Cynthric's Gaming Channel, at Reply

      +Malachi Owens That was the case until a majority of Americans knew they were blatantly corrupt like the Republicans.

    • Posted by Malachi Owens, at Reply

      +Cynthric’s Gaming Channel well that is why we have progressives and Justice Democrats

  10. Posted by Under Water, at Reply

    The ACA is funded primarily by a 0.9% tax on income over $250,000. That is a relatively small tax, dare I say a tiny tax. On people who can easily shoulder it. Think about what an amazing return on investment that is: millions of Americans have their medical needs met for a tiny tax on the very rich.

    • Posted by vick3d, at Reply

      As I understand it, it’s not even real income like from a job, it’s capital gains from stocks.

    • Posted by Under Water, at Reply

      I over-simplified. There is also a Medicare tax of 3.8% on investment income applied to families making above $250,000. The 0.9% payroll tax for income above $250,000 is the main one affecting the most people.

      I worried we were all going to be hit hard by tax increases when the ACA rolled out. But the top tax bracket carries the whole thing. Considering that those guys had to pay up to 90% in taxes before Ronald Regan, I think a 0.9% tax to save the lives of millions of their fellow citizens is something they should be proud to do.

  11. Posted by Dan Extrinsic01, at Reply

    lol, there is no positive side or thing to TrumpCare.

    • Posted by mcgavin, at Reply

      Unless you are a billionaire and immortal then trumpcare is very, very, very tremendous, believe me, I can tell you.

    • Posted by Dan Extrinsic01, at Reply

      mcgavin hmn, thats true…

  12. Posted by Sara Skylar, at Reply

    Go ahead and let it pass. These dumbasses that voted them in won’t get the hint, until they start dying in the streets. That’s what it will take for them to get a clue. Idiots.

    • Posted by Under Water, at Reply

      What happens to all our grandparents when there are no more nursing homes, thanks to major cuts to Medicaid?

    • Posted by deharleyva, at Reply

      Sara Skylar They would still blame someone else.

    • Posted by Alexa Jones, at Reply

      Sara Skylar this is grossly true, I cant begin to fathom why these voters support the GOP, in a sense they are literally purchasing a gun, and paying someone to shoot them in the foot, all the while criticizing the party that supports policies that will benefit them.

  13. Posted by sailormanariel, at Reply

    On the plus side, it will send a lot of Trump/Republican voters to an early grave. (I hate feeling this way, but yea!)

    • Posted by Adrian Chorolez, at Reply

      sailormanariel lots of those people are former dems

  14. Posted by Anti, at Reply

    Americans still don’t realise who their real enemy is. It’s not Democrats, it’s not Republicans. It’s not Muslims, it’s not Jews. It’s not liberals, it’s not conservatives. It is BILLIONAIRES and their lapdogs who perpetuate the RIGGED system where they get everything and the bottom 98% get NOTHING.

  15. Posted by Croz Raven, at Reply

    Tired of winning yet?? Yeah, I thought so . . .

  16. Posted by Mark Strickland, at Reply

    This particular ad for membership needs to die. Believe me!

  17. Posted by Liberty Doctrine, at Reply

    Democrats want to keep the poor in chains just like in the 1800’s

  18. Posted by Owen Oulton, at Reply

    ASI’ve said on several channels, this phase I of the Republicans’ genocide against the poor.

  19. Posted by Alexia Tr, at Reply

    An empathic Republican?😮😮😮😮😮😮