Why the GOP Is Not Going to Fix Obamacare

I have been thinking for a long time about why I am so excited about the GOP’s push to repeal Obamacare, and the answer is that I do not see any hope in the party’s strategy.

It is not a strategy that will work.

The GOP’s failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act will result in many Americans having to choose between their health and their livelihood, a choice that will likely determine the future of the GOP as a whole.

In the wake of the failure of its ACA repeal efforts, the Republican Party is beginning to look like a party that has lost sight of the simple fact that, as a party, it is not going to be able to repeal this law without hurting millions of Americans.

If you believe that the Republicans will be able succeed in repealing Obamacare, you are wrong.

You are wrong because the GOP has no plan to repeal it.

The GOP has a plan to save the Affordable and to make health care affordable and accessible for everyone, but it has no strategy to repeal that plan.

The plan that is being pushed by the GOP is to repeal a piece of legislation known as Obamacare, a bill that would make health insurance less affordable for many Americans and that would put a huge strain on the federal government.

This bill has been around for over two decades, and it has never been passed, let alone repealed, because of the Republican opposition to Obamacare.

This plan, known as the Affordable Health Care Act, was a Republican proposal that was passed in 1995.

The Republican leadership then pushed it through the Senate with a bipartisan vote of 78 to 16.

The American people voted overwhelmingly to repeal, and that was the last time we had any repeal efforts.

That was the beginning of a Republican policy to destroy the Affordable care act.

The Affordable Care act has had many flaws.

Its main problem was that it was based on a flawed, poorly understood set of assumptions that were built on the premise that all Americans would have insurance by the time they reached age 26, and most Americans did not have health insurance until they reached their late 40s.

It is now clear that these assumptions are wrong, and there are many other things that the Affordable health care act did that made it a success.

But, the Affordable healthcare act is no longer popular.

It has failed because of its assumptions.

The ACA is not the solution.

In fact, many Republicans are now saying that repealing the Affordable act is a good thing because it is a step toward a new Republican agenda.

The fact that they are suggesting that repealing Obamacare is a bad thing is a reflection of the fact that most Republicans have lost the confidence of the American people in their own party.

The public is becoming increasingly disillusioned with both parties and the American public as a result of this failure of the party to repeal and replace the Affordable Act.

There is no way that the GOP will succeed in repeal of the Affordable, because it will fail.

There is no chance that the Republican plan will be enacted.

The party will fail because of a failure of political strategy, and its failure will be a failure for Republicans as a political party.

Republicans cannot repeal the ACA because it does not have the support of a majority of Americans, or because it lacks the will of the people.

The Republicans are going to have to make a major shift to address the problems that exist within the Republican party, and to change the way they operate as a governing party.

But it is far too early to make any such change.

Republican leadership is already doing the right thing in addressing these problems.

The repeal of Obamacare has been a major victory for the GOP.

But Republicans are still trying to fix Obamacare because they do not believe that it is working and because they are not prepared to do so because they have not been able to implement their policy change plans.

The next step for Republicans in their effort to repeal is to do the right things and get the bill passed.

And, if the Republicans are successful in repealing the ACA, they will have done the right, important, and politically important thing.