obamacare repeal

Why can't House repeal Obamacare? Because a lot of Republicans don't want to

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The centrists — a number of Republicans refer to them as "the mods," for moderates — appear to be moving the goalposts, even as the conservatives offer concessions. Conservatives suspect the centrists were perfectly happy for conservatives to take the blame for killing the first bill, but now are showing their true colors by rejecting compromise on the second version. Whatever the circumstances, they don't want to vote to repeal Obamacare.

ObamaCare Repeal Needs a Direction

Bobby Jindal, Wall Street Journal

Can’t health-care reform increase coverage and lower costs, just as the beer commercials once promised great taste and lower calories? Yes—but as we have seen, prioritizing coverage expansion results in higher costs and lower quality. Focusing on lowering costs is the way to increase coverage in a meaningful and sustainable way.

FedUp PAC Poll: Trump Speech a Home Run with Conservatives

Conservatives are impressed and encouraged by President Trump’s first speech to Congress, according to a poll by FedUp PAC. President Trump’s speech addressed the priority issues for conservatives, with 92% saying that the President covered issues very important to them.

Ted Cruz: Repealing Obamacare Isn't Complicated

Ted Cruz is right, and he has proven once again that he is the one guy on Capitol Hill conservatives can trust to always keep his word. Passing a full repeal of Obamacare and sending the bill to the President’s desk as Republicans promised during the 2014 midterm election isn’t complicated. All it takes is a credible argument and a spine, both of which are in short supply in the establishment Republican "leadership."

Rubio Tries to Distract Tea Party

Alex Leary, Tampa Bay Times

Rubio spent mere seconds on his amnesty stance at the Tea Party Caucus and focused on Obamacare instead.


We think it is absolutely critical that each and every Senator who has already signed Mike Lee's letter calling for the defunding of Obamacare stay strong and not bow to pressure from Mitch McConnell and the Senate GOP leadership.  But Lee needs more signers, so you can join the fight by calling your Senators to urge them to sign Mike Lee's letter committing to defund Obamacare today. The Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044. Your target lists are at the end of this article.

Lee: Stop Funding Obamacare or Else

James Arkin, Politico

Sen. Mike Lee said there's growing Repub support for a government shutdown to block OCare funding.