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orlbucfan

T and R x 2 and a grateful thanks, pb4!! 🐋☮️😊👍

wi63

Moscow Mitches wisdom strikes again
Mitch McConnell slams Democrats’ proposal to tax billionaires, calling it a ‘hair-brained scheme’ to penalize people who ‘invested wisely’
Invested wisely? You mean those who had access to insider trading info and used it wisely

polarbear4
polarbear4

orlbucfan

This Yuppie can kiss my patootie. Get lost Raygun junkie!

polarbear4
polarbear4

jcitybone

jcitybone

orlbucfan

No, it’s right up his crooked, tRump-crazed alley. He wants to be POTUS. POS to the max.💩💩

orlbucfan

This ridiculous piece of elected garbage mimics tRump’s mannerisms as well as his BS ideas.

jcitybone

jcitybone

wi63

Under the 14th amendment it take a 2/3rds vote to expell someone and the GQP wont vote for that. You might get a few that vote for it but not enough for the 2/3rds needed. The GQP wont support the constitional law they swore to uphold upon taking office.

phatkhat
phatkhat

Seems to me they could be charged with something criminal.

wi63

Phat glad your back!!!!

jcitybone

jcitybone

Manchin is opposed to both Medicare expansion AND expanding Medicaid benefits to states that didn’t expand coverage under the ACA.

https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/578319-manchin-shutting-down-sanders-on-medicare-expansion

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) on Monday shut down one of Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) biggest priorities, expanding Medicare, which Manchin warned would undermine the solvency of the broader program.

Sanders insisted in a tweet Saturday that his proposal to expand Medicare to cover dental, hearing and vision must be included in a budget reconciliation package that is likely to come in well below the $3.5 trillion price tag Democratic leaders initially envisioned.

But Manchin on Monday threw cold water on Sanders’s push to expand Medicare, warning the program faces insolvency in 2026.

Manchin also raised concern about a proposal being pushed by Sens. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) and Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.) to create a new Medicaid-style program to extend health insurance benefits to low-income people in states that didn’t expand Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

Manchin said he felt the proposal would be unfair to states such as West Virginia that expanded Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act but have to pick up 10 percent of the added cost of expanding the program.

He said that under the Warnock-Ossoff proposal, states participating in the new program wouldn’t have to pick up any cost. “I’m trying to understand that better,” he said.

Manchin argued that the states that opted out of the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of Medicaid could still participate in the program.

“There’s an understanding that we’re trying to look at that in a way is not an expansion. It’s basically a service, it’s so supposed to be all 50 states,” he said.

He argued that it would be unfair for states that declined to participate in the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion to get all of their costs covered by the federal government.

“The problem with that one right now we’re paying 90-10. So 10 percent is being paid for all the states. For states that held out to be rewarded 100 percent is not fair,” he said.

jcitybone