Trump Confronts Congress for Serving Themselves

Despite his shortcomings, President Trump is winning me over with his bold confrontational style. I am starting to believe he is truly trying to look out for the best interests of the American people. Why else would he send out a tweet like the one shown above, sent yesterday, asking a great question about Obamacare, “Why should Congress not be paying what public pays?”

If Obamacare is so great, why did the legislation exempt Congress from it? If it’s good enough for the American people, why isn’t it good enough for Congress?

Surely no Congressman will ever answer this question, but Trump gets a lot of credit for publicly calling them out on their self-serving elitist lawmaking. Finally, someone in Washington DC remembers why they were sent there.

With the Senate failing to pass even the skinny version of an Obamacare repeal, Trump’s only remaining strategy is to let it implode. So, don’t bail out the insurance companies because that simply props up the failing system, prolonging its’ death. Don’t allow anyone, including Congress, to be exempt from it either because that also enables it to continue longer. The sooner it collapses under its’ own weight, the better because then we can finally repeal it and start over.

 

James Bailey

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James Bailey is an author, business owner, husband and father of two children. His vision is to broadcast the good news of Jesus Christ through blog sites and other media outlets.

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Jerry
Jerry
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August 1, 2017 7:44 am

OMG! Eric Cantor Admits GOP Promise To Repeal Obamacare Was ALL A LIE
Joshua Caplan Jul 26th, 2017 4:54 pm 214 Comments
Before he was defeated by unknown economist Dave Brat, then Minority Whip Eric Cantor led the charge to repeal Obamacare. Day in and day out, the GOP Rep. railed against the disastrous healthcare plan, using the hot button issue as ammo to drum up political support and boost fundraising efforts.
In a stunning admission, Cantor now admits the GOP was never serious about repealing the healthcare bill. It was all a charade.

Geoff K
Geoff K
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August 1, 2017 10:29 pm

Our government is about to be judged by almighty God for its abominable and unconscionable support of Planned Parenthood, along with every selfish lie. Every ungodly representative among them will tremble in fear as the destruction and chaos unfolds. Their sins will find them out and they will all come face to face with death as their filthy riches are revealed for the worthless idols they are. They will throw their gold in the streets as the angry masses of sheeple revolt against their failed policies. What’s happening in Venezuela will pale in comparison to what unfolds here. God, have mercy on their wretched, deceived, blind, ignorant souls, as you have on all who have called on the name of your only begotten Son, Jesus Christ. Thank you that the only government of our corrupted world will soon be upon His shoulders, and of His kingdom there will be no end!

Flattop
Flattop
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August 1, 2017 10:34 am

James Bailey: Maybe I repeating myself, but A solution to our problem, don’t re elect those go along to get along politicians. We need young, ambitious,ex federal prosecutors like Jim Jordan and Trey Gowdy who are trying to bring back the rule of law as it applies to everyone. DO NOT re elect your politician just because he or she is a nice politician. The will lie to you to get re elected.

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 1, 2017 1:52 pm

There is something really creepy. I am trying to verify the authenticity of this, and with information can help. This book, “Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey”, by Ingersoll Lockwood, came out in 1893. It’s about a boy named Baron Trump who can time travel. His next book was called “The Last President”, of which the president had a cabinet member named Pence. Dose make me wonder, if true?  The entire text of both booths are posted in the two links below.

https://archive.org/stream/barontrumpsmarve00lock#page/n6/mode/1up

https://archive.org/details/1900orlastpresid00lock

Brandy
Brandy
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August 1, 2017 8:53 pm

I done a little research and it appears to be a genuine book. Even the left leaning fact checking website, Snopes, stamped the rumor true. Have you read them yet? The main protagonist is an actual Baron, instead of named Baron. However, there is a lot of coincidence to not check it out.

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 1, 2017 9:13 pm

I have not yet, but I will begin reading them soon. From what I read about the author, I know the Author wrote a couple of other creepy books with a lot of coincidences.

Jane NZ
Jane NZ
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August 1, 2017 9:43 pm

Fascinating and bizarre. The first sentence begins..as doubting Thomases seem to take particular pleasure in popping up on all occasions… (The beginning of first sentence) The LORD has an amazing sense of humour!! Published by Lee and Shepard, from Milk Street

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 2, 2017 11:48 am

I will say this Jane NZ reading the Last President. There is a quote right off the bat, that discribes Obama and Chicago politics perfectly.

The Chicago Platform assumes in fact, the form of revolutionary propaganda. It embodies a menace of national disintegration and distribution.

-Garrett A. Horary.

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 2, 2017 9:06 am

Also, in the book last President, the author states there would be riots on Nov 3 in NYC. It also talks about a building on 5th ave sounding eeriely similar to Trump Tower.

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 2, 2017 9:03 am

I read that, and this was comical.

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 1, 2017 1:53 pm

*Here is something.

*With any information can help me

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 1, 2017 1:54 pm

*Does make me

Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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August 1, 2017 1:56 pm

Also The book, it was published in Text-book form in 1996 (before Trump as President was even an idea or Baron Trump was even born)….so I believe this was a real book.

https://www.gettextbooks.com/isbn/9780787305673/

Scott
Scott
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August 2, 2017 2:14 pm

The Republican’s have no intention of repealing Obamacare as witnessed by their flat refusal to do a simple repeal Obamacare vote. Amazing how easy it was to vote repeal when they knew they had Obama there to veto their vote. And they have no real plan to replace it either. The recent bills they have voted on all keep the “best parts” of Obamacare…which means they keep all the entitlements from Obamacare. If the Republican’s pass a healthcare law keeping the “best parts”…I can tell you confidently that their law will also implode just as Obamacare is imploding. Why is Obamacare imploding? Because it was a law that dictated what insurance will pay for…how much insurance will pay…who insurance has to take…and that the government would help pay for insurance premiums. It was an insurance mandate. It did not tackle the problem of controlling increasing healthcare costs. As long as the charges that hospitals, doctors, pharmaceuticals are allowed to increase each year…the costs of insurance premiums HAVE TO GO UP in order to pay for the cost of healthcare. The Republican plans also do not address lowering the cost of healthcare…so they will follow the same course as Obamacare. So in my opinion…they should just let Obamacare implode and leave the blame on the Democrats. Then out of the ruins of Obamacare…you enact a new system.

Mike M
Mike M
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August 1, 2017 9:43 pm

James I totally agree. I was very skeptical about Trump…mostly based on his cabinet choices that were either tied to the Rothschilds, Goldman Sachs, establishment Republicans like Priebus, etc…. But I am seeing some things lately that are leading me to believe otherwise.

scoopie
scoopie
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August 1, 2017 9:44 am

I used to work for a company that managed an aspect of the health plan used by govt. workers. It’s similar to what the SAG gets. Best health plan out there.

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