WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans narrowly agreed on Tuesday to open debate on a bill to repeal Obamacare, but the party's seven-year effort to roll back Democratic President Barack Obama's signature health care law still faces significant hurdles. The Senate deadlocked 50-50 on whether to move forward with the health care debate, forcing Vice President Mike Pence to cast the tie-breaking vote and send the bill to the Senate floor.
At 6:43pm on July 23, 2017, Robin said… Welcome to Fundamental Refounding! We look forward to your working participation and contributions on the site. Enjoy your stay, and please take the time to meet the other fine refounders contributing to the forum and blog content here! God bless. ~ Robin At 9:19am on July 24, 2017, JeansBrother said… I've been here awhile. Want to welcome you aboard. Hope you are not shy about speaking out. My coffee cup says "Everyone has a right to my opinion" .
Just As Every Conservative Expected, Dems Announce "Single Payer" On The Table. Our country is screwed. Now, we have the left rolling out plans for single payer and they are also going to roll out their plans for an economic agenda! WHO controls both houses of Congress and the White House? The RINO Republicans are NOT Conservative at all. They want the same thing. The RINOS are not supporting Trump! I DESPISE THEM. This country is so screwed. I am both disgusted and pissed!
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