One hears that Republican legislators are reluctant to vote to repeal Obamacare for fear of being blamed for that noble action, even after running for election to their cushy jobs on that very premise. Their vote depends on who Republicans think the voters are and what they want.
If legislators think they serve the Republican, Washington establishment with its go-along-to-get–long, leftist-lite mindset, they would consider that such a vote against Obamacare might hurt their political careers, but I’d like to inform all Republican politicians that the landslide that elected President Trump to the Oval Office will not look favorably on any elected official who does not fully support the total and complete repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
The American people are wakening and they want to get rid of big government with its waste and abuse, and they voted for Trump to achieve the ends of getting rid of big, dominating government. Republican legislators had better learn to serve the customers from whence their votes and their pleasant jobs come, and liberals are not their customers. To fail to understand this reality will get them voted out of office.