Obamacare is Rife with problems. Whether it’s skyrocketing healthcare costs rapidly increasing wait times for doctor visits or surgeries, or people who are losing their health care entirely — the problems associated with Obamacare are endless.
During his farewell speech last night pro-abortion President Barack Obama had the audacity to suggest that Obamacare is wonderful and that no one will probably come up with a better health care plan than his. He said:
Health care costs are rising at the slowest rate in 50 years and I’ve said and I mean it — if anyone can put together a plan that is better than the improvements we’ve made to our health care system that covers as many people at a lesser cost, I will publicly support it. Because that, after all, is why we serve. Not to score points or take credit, but to make people’s lives better. But for all the real progress lives better. But for all the real progress that we make, we know it is not enough.
Republican leaders in Congress will be doing just that: coming up with ways to repeal replace and improve a government-run health care plan that is failing Americans.