So, a repealer-and-replacer gets nominated by the GOP, much to the satisfaction of conservatives. That nominee runs against Hillary Clinton, whose only campaign ad of the year points out that for the 35 million people on Obamacare-sponsored health coverage, you won’t be able to keep your plan under the Republicans. If 70 percent of those 35 million people vote for Hillary, Republicans lose in a landslide.
Uhm, with one slight alteration: Republicans point out that after repeal 35 million people will be able to go back to the cheaper coverage they had before Obama stuck it to them – and Hillary loses in a landslide.
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