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Anger over Obamacare repeal

Friday, February 10, 2017 7:50
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When they passed Obamacare, many on both sides of the aisle knew its repeal would be difficult. Once a benefit is given, it is very, very hard to take away.

Much as Obamacare has been reviled, it has been a positive boon for its relatively small number of subsidized beneficiaries. Those people don’t want to see it go… even deep in Trump country.

More than seven years after angry anti-Obamacare town halls erupted across the country, raw emotions are boiling over again — this time, as the Republican Party under President Donald Trump gears up to dismantle Barack Obama’s legacy.

On Thursday night, two Republican members of Congress — Reps. Jason Chaffetz of Utah and Diane Black of Tennessee — were each confronted with impassioned constituents during simultaneous events. The shouted questions, emotional pleas and raucous protesters of the evening crystalized the GOP’s tough political road ahead as it forges ahead with rolling back Obama’s accomplishments, including the Affordable Care Act.

Mike Carlson, a 32-year-old student from Antioch, Tennessee, said that as an overweight man, he depended on Obamacare to stay alive.
“I have to have coverage to make sure I don’t die. There are people now who have cancer that have that coverage, that have to have that coverage to make sure they don’t die,” Carlson said. “And you want to take away this coverage — and have nothing to replace it with! How can I trust you to do anything that’s in our interest at all?”

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Source: http://therealrevo.com/blog/?p=156707

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