Capitol Hill Conservative and Moderate GOP Leaders Should Debate HealthCare

CAN AN INTER-PARTY DIVISION BE “TRUMPED?”

by Oscar Y. Harward, ©2017

(Jun. 24, 2017) — This time around, Washington, DC HealthCare legislation is for the Republican Party to repeal and replace ObamaCare as promised in previous elections.  Enact a new family-based HealthCare policy.

President Trump should insist that GOP leaders especially allow Capitol Hill conservative Republicans to have political input on a new HealthCare plan.  This HealthCare presentation is the equivalent of a national “Republican Primary” election.

A national TV “PRIMETIME” debate about Sen. Ted Cruz’s HealthCare plan v. the Senate and House versions of our moderate Capitol Hill GOP leaders should be debated.  Americans and specifically conservative Republicans deserve to be allowed to see these plans.

Moderate Capitol Hill Republican Party leaders should not refuse Sen. Ted Cruz’s “Repeal and Replace” of ObamaCare?  Why should or would a few leaders’ members of the Capitol Hill GOP disallow conservative GOP leaders to participate in legislation of “Repeal and Replace” of ObamaCare as promised to “We the People?”

President Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan should offer a national TV debate in “PRIMETIME.”  Allow Americans, and especially conservative Republicans, to have input.  This new legislation may represent a “shining star” for the GOP for generations to come.

A few Capitol Hill GOP moderate leaders should not be making all decisions, behind closed doors, as to who may participate and what will be allowed to be voted upon on the floors of the Senate and House.

 

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