And the facts are that no republican has ever fought to get any health care reform plan on a national level.
Sorry, that’s not a fact.
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It’s all always been empty postering. That’s why they couldn’t repel and replace Obama care even with full control of the Senate, House and White House.
That is opinion stated as if it were fact. The FACT is that the replacement, although structurally superior to the ACA (which does a terrible job of addressing the care/cost inflation problem) failed because a small number of no-tax and libertarian ideologues prevented the replacement from being properly funded.
Political dialogue will only improve when both “sides” start discussing policy on its merits, rather than disparaging the morality of the other “side” (as if anyone really knows, anyway).
When you disparage the “morals” of other other side, you’re following Trump’s method of thinking. I suggest you try and be better than that.