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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, September 27, 2017.
And that’s that… Obamacare repeals is officially dead. The GOP has decided to pull their last gasp repeal before it ever got to the floor for a vote.
The GOP’s failure to repeal Obamacare, which was the most important and popular of their campaign promises, could cost them their majority in 2018.
The GOP should not participate in a “bipartisan” solution to “fix” Obamacare.
For the first time in American history, the party in power — complete power, mind you — is being asked to bail out the minority’s signature failed reform…
So what do conservatives gain in these “bipartisan” efforts — I mean, other than the honor of saving Obamacare? Democrats have shown zero inclination to compromise on any substantive changes other than perhaps adding more spending or regulatory controls on consumer choice. Liberals have trillions of ideas on how to expand the welfare state, and not a single one on how to save people from it.
There’s a team of liars from the Obama administration who need to face justice for their crimes.
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) will not be running for reelection in 2018, giving Democrats some hope that they could take the seat.
— Michael Collins (@mcollinsNEWS) September 26, 2017
Daily Wire Editor Ben Shapiro explains why the leftwing hate directed at Trump over his NFL comments are ridiculous, and why those pretending that this is all “Trump’s fault” are lying.
LeBron James is not winning fans in his home state of Ohio, in fact, he’s probably doing nothing but creating problems for his own financial future with his most recent comments on the people of Ohio.
LeBron on Ohioans who voted heavily for Trump: "I don't think a lot of people was educated."
Yeah, good look, man.
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) September 26, 2017
It sure looks like Alabama Republicans, who overwhelmingly support President Trump, are about to vote against his wishes and nominate Judge Roy Moore for the Senate race.
California is already preparing itself for a nuclear attack from the North Korean psychos.
This should be included in the manual for prospective politicians as “things not to say” when you’re speaking in public.
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