Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnel is saying that undoing President Obama’s health care law would be “hard”. That is preposterous, it would actually be quite easy. After looking at McConnell’s comments below, I’ll offer my easy bill for repeal.
The Kentucky Republican said Monday it’s hard to unravel something of the magnitude of the 2,700-page health care law, WHAS-TV (http://bit.ly/LSUtqX ) reports.
“If you thought it was a good idea for the federal government to go in this direction, I’d say the odds are still on your side,” McConnell said. “Because it’s a lot harder to undo something than it is to stop it in the first place.”
It’s not that hard Senator McConnell here is the quick and easy way to do it.
Here’s how, assuming Republicans take control of the Senate, keep control of the House, and Mitt Romney wins the Presidency.
Step One Introduce H1 and S1 – an act to repeal Obamacare, the full text of which can be seen below.
HR 1. – An Act to Repeal ObamaCare
This act repeals Public Law 111-148.
All rules, regulations, and any changes in the Federal Code resulting from passage of above law are hereby null and void.
The provisions of this act take effect immediately upon this bill becoming a law.
Step two. Take the bill up on Day One of the 113th Congress.
Step three. Pass the bill on Day One of the 113th Congress.
Step four. President Romney signs said Bill.
Step five. Obamacare is gone.
See Senator McConnell it really is simple. Calling it complex is your way of telling the base that you actually believe in big government. Either you do or you don’t. If you do believe in big government, it’s time to step aside for a leader that will push a limited government agenda.
If Mitch McConnell thinks that it is too difficult to repeal and replace Obamacare. Then perhaps it is time to repeal Mitch McConnell and replace him with Jim Demint.