Where is our Federal Budget? Why don’t we have one? Where are all the negotiations that Obama and the democrats promised?
The whole PP-ACA (a/k/a Obamacare) thing is a complete mess and the public is onto it. It was handled poorly. It’s a political and marketing nightmare for the Obama administration and Democrats in general. It’s likely to cost them some seats next year. So we should all just sit back and watch it collapse under its own weight, right?
Queue up your best John McLaughlin voice here and scream, “Wrong!”
The Republicans need to be pressuring their fellow representatives and senators across the aisle over the negotiations that were promised as part of the reopening of federal government. It should be publicly displayed in all forms: TV, newspapers, social media, etc. Come up with a solid list of items that need to be negotiated and present them. Here’s a hint: it should include adhering to the Constitutionally mandated federal budget process culminating in a federal budget enacted by next summer. Call them to the mat over all aspects of funding PP-ACA as part of it including the medical device tax, exemptions for unions, various federal employees, etc.
Anyone tuning into the news this week wouldn’t know that we had a federal government shutdown or showdown. I’m all in favor of pointing out the debacle that the Obama administration has created over the passage and implementation of PP-ACA, but there’s more here.
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