To: Rep. Gary Palmer, Alabama 6th Congressional district
So, how is Congress doing its job now for the American people? (For background of this question, see Just answer the question, Gary Palmer)
Below is how the Democrats thought Congress was doing its job in 2010 when Obamacare was enacted:
America's health care system has gone through seven long, expensive, wrenching years since 2010.
Do you really think you and the House of Representatives got it right yesterday with The American Health Care Act?
Maybe The American Health Care Act will just die in the Senate.
Maybe it will get changed by the Senate, the House and Senate will agree, and President Trump will sign it into law.
My opinion is that Congress continues to serve the American people poorly.
I predict a huge social collision in the country emanating from the House of Representatives action yesterday.
You own your action of yesterday, and you are going to have to defend it.
I don't think you will be able to defend it well.
Here is President Trump, in the Rose Garden, telling how great The American Health Care Act passed by the House of Representatives is:
For where things stand right now, see