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UNFUNNY libturd democrat celeb SLAMMED for lying about senator

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Liberal celeb SLAMMED for lying about senator
September 20, 2017

Late night host Jimmy Kimmel was just taken to task by a Louisiana senator who was TIRED of his lies. Here's what Kimmel said -- and why this senator is slamming the unfunny comedian for it.

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel tried to use a tough-talking conservative as a comedic punching bag — but he’s finding out this politician punches back.

Sen. Bill Cassidy defended his healthcare bill Wednesday after Kimmel accused the Louisiana Republican of lying to him about it, heightening the tension around the last-ditch GOP effort to make good on years of promises to repeal “Obamacare.”

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“I am sorry he does not understand,” Cassidy said on CNN, and explained that his bill would in fact protect people with pre-existing conditions, a claim that Kimmel said wasn’t true. “I think the price will actually be lower.”

“This guy Bill Cassidy just lied right to my face,” Kimmel said on his ABC show Tuesday night, referring to Cassidy’s promises to Kimmel and others that his health bill would pass the “Jimmy Kimmel test.” Cassidy coined the phrase to mean that people with pre-existing conditions would have protections and not face lifetime caps on coverage from insurers.

The back-and-forth between the lawmaker and the entertainer came as President Donald Trump and Senate GOP leaders pushed for votes to pass the legislation by the end of next week. If Senate Republicans don’t succeed by Sept. 30, the bill will lose special legislative protections from Democratic filibusters that expire at the end of the fiscal year.

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With Democrats unanimously opposed, the GOP’s years-long quest to repeal and replace Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act would once again collapse… this time perhaps for good.

In other words, it’s time for “the swamp” to get it’s act together… or time will run out.

Trump took to Twitter Wednesday to urge support for the bill, which was co-authored by Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

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The president also took a gentle shot at GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, who has announced his opposition to the bill, arguing it doesn’t go far enough in repealing the 2010 health law.

Underscoring the administration’s focus on the issue, Vice President Mike Pence stepped out of the U.N. General Assembly gathering in New York on Wednesday to speak with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about the legislation, according to an administration official who requested anonymity to disclose the private conversation. At the Capitol, McConnell huddled behind closed doors with Cassidy and Graham.

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McConnell must win the votes of 50 of the 52 Senate Republicans. That would amount to victory in the 100-member Senate, because Pence would then break the tie. As of Wednesday, McConnell was at least one or two votes short, with the focus on holdout establishment GOP Sens. John McCain of Arizona and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, both of whom opposed earlier repeal bills in July. Career politician and GOP Sen. Susan Collins was seen as a near certain “no” vote.

Cassidy’s legislation would repeal major elements of Obama’s law, including the unpopular requirement for Americans to carry health coverage or face penalties, and replaces them with block grants to the states. States would have wide latitude in creating their own health systems and requirements, and would be able to seek waivers from certain mandates including those related to coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.

The bill does say that coverage must remain “adequate and affordable” for those with pre-existing conditions, but since those terms are not defined critics fear that insurers could jack up prices beyond many people’s ability to pay.

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If the bill does pass, Speaker Paul Ryan has committed to pushing it through the House as-is, and straight to the president’s desk, according to Graham. After seven years of promises to get rid of Obama’s law, Republicans would have finally succeeded. After years of failure, it would be at least one promise kept to the GOP base.

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Post by brookboy123 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 6:12 am

illeatyourdates2 wrote:
Thu Sep 21, 2017 5:48 am
Liberal celeb SLAMMED for lying about senator
September 20, 2017

Late night host Jimmy Kimmel was just taken to task by a Louisiana senator who was TIRED of his lies. Here's what Kimmel said -- and why this senator is slamming the unfunny comedian for it.

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel tried to use a tough-talking conservative as a comedic punching bag — but he’s finding out this politician punches back.

Sen. Bill Cassidy defended his healthcare bill Wednesday after Kimmel accused the Louisiana Republican of lying to him about it, heightening the tension around the last-ditch GOP effort to make good on years of promises to repeal “Obamacare.”

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“I am sorry he does not understand,” Cassidy said on CNN, and explained that his bill would in fact protect people with pre-existing conditions, a claim that Kimmel said wasn’t true. “I think the price will actually be lower.”

“This guy Bill Cassidy just lied right to my face,” Kimmel said on his ABC show Tuesday night, referring to Cassidy’s promises to Kimmel and others that his health bill would pass the “Jimmy Kimmel test.” Cassidy coined the phrase to mean that people with pre-existing conditions would have protections and not face lifetime caps on coverage from insurers.

The back-and-forth between the lawmaker and the entertainer came as President Donald Trump and Senate GOP leaders pushed for votes to pass the legislation by the end of next week. If Senate Republicans don’t succeed by Sept. 30, the bill will lose special legislative protections from Democratic filibusters that expire at the end of the fiscal year.

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With Democrats unanimously opposed, the GOP’s years-long quest to repeal and replace Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act would once again collapse… this time perhaps for good.

In other words, it’s time for “the swamp” to get it’s act together… or time will run out.

Trump took to Twitter Wednesday to urge support for the bill, which was co-authored by Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

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The president also took a gentle shot at GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, who has announced his opposition to the bill, arguing it doesn’t go far enough in repealing the 2010 health law.

Underscoring the administration’s focus on the issue, Vice President Mike Pence stepped out of the U.N. General Assembly gathering in New York on Wednesday to speak with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about the legislation, according to an administration official who requested anonymity to disclose the private conversation. At the Capitol, McConnell huddled behind closed doors with Cassidy and Graham.

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McConnell must win the votes of 50 of the 52 Senate Republicans. That would amount to victory in the 100-member Senate, because Pence would then break the tie. As of Wednesday, McConnell was at least one or two votes short, with the focus on holdout establishment GOP Sens. John McCain of Arizona and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, both of whom opposed earlier repeal bills in July. Career politician and GOP Sen. Susan Collins was seen as a near certain “no” vote.

Cassidy’s legislation would repeal major elements of Obama’s law, including the unpopular requirement for Americans to carry health coverage or face penalties, and replaces them with block grants to the states. States would have wide latitude in creating their own health systems and requirements, and would be able to seek waivers from certain mandates including those related to coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.

The bill does say that coverage must remain “adequate and affordable” for those with pre-existing conditions, but since those terms are not defined critics fear that insurers could jack up prices beyond many people’s ability to pay.

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If the bill does pass, Speaker Paul Ryan has committed to pushing it through the House as-is, and straight to the president’s desk, according to Graham. After seven years of promises to get rid of Obama’s law, Republicans would have finally succeeded. After years of failure, it would be at least one promise kept to the GOP base.

https://thehornnews.com/liberal-celeb-s ... g-senator/

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What a shame......the senator lied..........the GOP-filth will throw millions of Americans under the bus......and Trump will help the GOP to reach the goal of taking health care away from millions..........can Medicare be far behind?......after all, Medicare is a health care program that they, the GOP, were always against and promised to get it "to whither on the vine."

I sure hope Mr McCain and Ms Murkowski will stop their party's attack on Americans.

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Post by illeatyourdates2 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:06 am

I guess ALL AMERICA HATING IGNORANT libturd democrats are as IDIOTIC as matt damon, or any of the SO-CALLED elites that preach SH*T for the average Americans and live the rich lifestyle, and sends their kids to private schools!! What is so pitiful, is the IGNORANT libturd democrats OBEY what the celebs tell them.. Obamacare is failing and most people do not have coverage because the premiums have gotten SOOOO high, so the tax payers are paying for the care of ILLEGAL ALIENS and LAZY ASSED FREELOADERS, at least the WHATEVER replacement for Obamacare will be better for America than Obamacare is!!

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Post by brookboy123 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:18 am

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Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:06 am
I guess ALL AMERICA HATING IGNORANT libturd democrats are as IDIOTIC as matt damon, or any of the SO-CALLED elites that preach SH*T for the average Americans and live the rich lifestyle, and sends their kids to private schools!! What is so pitiful, is the IGNORANT libturd democrats OBEY what the celebs tell them.. Obamacare is failing and most people do not have coverage because the premiums have gotten SOOOO high, so the tax payers are paying for the care of ILLEGAL ALIENS and LAZY ASSED FREELOADERS, at least the WHATEVER replacement for Obamacare will be better for America than Obamacare is!!

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We certainly need to do much better than the current ACA........and we can.

If we don't get better and all the GOP does is to take health care away from millions of Americans.....as they have wanted to do for decades....then I say that single-payer/socialized medicine will be our future.......some on this board say it will happen in as few as 10 years.
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