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On Wednesday, Democratic members of the U. Department of Health and Human Services. Rather than act in a respectable manner befitting their responsibilities as public servants, Democrats boycotted the vote. Twelve chairs sat empty.
The Republicans in charge responded by suspending the rule that requires at least one Democrat to be present for every vote. Then, in a vote, they sent Dr. On June 22, they staged a hour sit-in to demand action on gun control. They sat together on the House floor, snapping photographs and violating House rules. Eventually they gave up and went home. These obstructionist activities remind me of a turbulent time in American history.
Most of the 12 missing-in-action senators born between the years of and were in their teens or mid-twenties when the counterculture activities of the s came to a head at the raucous Woodstock music festival. But does that fully explain why 12 senators staged a revolt to try to stop the nomination of Congressman Tom Price? But Donald Trump promised to repeal ObamaCare, and on his first day as President he signed an executive order to get the ball rolling. The man he chose for the task is Congressman Tom Price, a physician with 12 years of experience in Congress.
Democrats face an uncomfortable reality. They are correct. But ultimately, I think they will lose the battle. Instead, ObamaCare has demonstrated the ugly side of socialized medicine: high costs, fewer choices, outsider control of doctors and less access to care. Trump and elected Republicans promised to repeal ObamaCare and Americans expect them to deliver. But Democrats fear more than the end of ObamaCare. Price wants to free Americans from Medicare and its costly regulatory structure, controls on physicians and rationing protocols.
Once his nomination is confirmed, expect him to push for expanded choices, including the freedom to drop Medicare and stay privately insured without losing their social security benefits. This is the last straw for the liberal left. Freeing the elderly from Medicare will crumble the foundation of their national health care dreams. Democrats in Congress have not yet learned the lesson of the election. Americans of every political stripe were forced to buy health insurance they did not like at a price they could not afford.