Well Crafted Or Mean?1
June 14, 2017 by Chris Kite
As we often see with Republican President Donald Trump, he’s more than just a little inconsistent. Just over a month ago, on May 4, he gathered together Republicans to celebrate their “win” in passing the American Health Care Act. He had lots of “tremendous” things to say about the bill, also sometimes referred to as “Trumpcare” or “Don’t Care,” by people that actually worry about affordable access to health insurance. Among those comments, the President said, “What we have is something very, very incredibly well-crafted. Make no mistake about it … premiums will be coming down, yes, deductibles will be coming down, and ultimately this is a great plan.”
And yet, behind closed doors, he told Republican Senators, who are crafting the Senate version of the bill in secret, barring reporters from asking questions on camera, and guarding the bill like a state secret, the bill passed by the house is “mean.”
This is pretty much his typical action. Be for the Iraq war, then against it. Be against Medicare cuts, then for them. Be for inability to screw Americans with pre-existing conditions, then be all for giving it to them!
Donald Trump is unfit to be President! The Republican bill to repeal the ACA is unfit for Americans!
Sadly I think “well crafted” is meaningless or misunderstood in the White House. It’s all about The Donald. Always Has Been. Always Will. How about all those Morgan Stanley hires??