Republicans are hell-bent on moving forward with repeal as a political issue, even if it’s not realistic goal. But just in case, insurance companies are hedging their bets. Here’s Sen. Bob Corker, asked about the provision that adult children can stay on their parents’ plans until they’re 27.
“They’re going to continue that [provision] anyway,” he said. “I think the insurance companies have all kind of decided that that’s an okay thing. They were in our office, they’ve been in our office in the last few weeks.”
So now you know who Republicans are listening to in this. No wonder they don’t care about the uninsured or people with pre-existing conditions. They’re going to be working for the insurance companies on repeal.
Republican Senator Bob Corker Booed in Tennessee (His Home State)
SPRING HILL, Tenn. (AP) - Autoworkers’ joy at getting vehicle production back on line at General Motors’ Spring Hill plant has done little to quell their disdain for Republican U.S. Senator Bob Corker.
Corker was a lead critic of the federal government bailout of automakers in 2009, and many Spring Hill workers felt his stance did little to keep the plant from being idled that year.
The senator was booed and heckled by the audience when he spoke at a ceremony earlier this week to announce the plant outside Nashville will begin making vehicles again next year. Corker listened to 20 seconds of jeers after his introduction in the manufacturing hall before saying: “I see the saga continues.” […]
**Yes Bob Corker, the “saga continues”. The saga for some in the 99% is unemployment. For others, the saga is living pay-check to pay-check. Would you like to hear about the “saga” of not being able to afford health care? I’m just kidding…I know you don’t care. You & your Republican friends have made that clear time and time again. Yes Bob Corker, the “saga continues”. We’re the 99% and the saga will continue until changes are made.**