But groups such as Club for Growth and Heritage Action, which carry weight among some conservative lawmakers, came out against the measure, saying it didn't do enough to stop the intrusion of the federal government into health care. "Fiscal conservatives should be squarely focused on repealing Obamacare, not strengthening it by supporting the parts that are politically attractive," said Club for Growth.
They were/are trying to shore up one part of the failing ObamaCare law by taking money from another part of the Obamacare law to pay for it...at least that is how I read the article.
Seems a little weird.
Not one more dime.
It’s going to crash without GOP help. Burn, baby, burn.
posted on 04/24/2013 2:27:31 PM PDT
by Jim Noble
(When strong, avoid them. Attack their weaknesses. Emerge to their surprise.)
House GOP Congressional Delegation
posted on 04/24/2013 3:07:54 PM PDT
Providing coverage for pre-existing conditions is not insurance, it's income transfer. It's like waiting until my house burns down, buying fire insurance, and demanding that the insurance company pay for my house. Insurance is for prospective risks, not things that have already happened.
posted on 04/24/2013 3:52:40 PM PDT
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