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Well Republicans musty smelling blood in the surrender or something because now there pushing to delay the entire health care law that the -- again Willy Nilly just puts the employer component that.
The man they provide insurance of their workers that it's got to be extended to individuals they've got to provide insurance or themselves disclose that back a year to.
This is senator Roger Wicker joins us right now senator is that a strategy -- -- really -- whistling.
Well it's exactly what we need to do but but.
That the bill was supposed to go follower.
It one piece and and now we see bit by bit by bit.
Parts of Obama care crumbling what the administration.
Did west is.
On the fifth of July on -- Friday when most of world watch and he makes an announcement that through some blogs saying we're not gonna abide by a major portion of this sickness cure legislation -- -- -- -- -- -- landing that because I said -- a lot of you can you can citizens I was -- them feasible for them to to do with so you do what you want.
That the president.
If he wants to change the -- the land needs to come to congress.
And say I'm not able to do this by the end of the year would you -- with us to change the statute now in -- in the democratic republic that's the way things are supposed to work way to -- you would like mpeg Louisiana and senator with a postponement of the whole thing was so much about it.
For him to say the individual mandate.
Goes through when we don't have the exchange is ready when the individuals are going to -- be taxed or or fend for themselves.
That puts the revenue you industry.
Without -- another major portion of the -- being enacted in the and it's wrong and it's contrary to wait we're supposed to do business.
And a country -- about by the rule of law.
All right so in the house it doesn't look like this thing -- much of the chance right now as far as making the same bush.
A maybe it does but but is this -- that automatic pilot I mean.
Because that you would -- these daunting numbers it's very very tough to change the law already in place however unpopular however enormous would be -- -- that's what we knew all along.
Yes the president was reelected and there's a majority of Democrats in the senate yes it's tough.
That the house I think this is voting -- doing away with the individual mandate even as we speak if you flip over.
But basically what we've been -- best hope Neil.
Is that we can defund it.
The IRS enforcement of this that's the one part of this law that has to come back before the appropriations committees each year for.
For additional money and to me it's our best hope.
Of really stopping this from this wall that is not having that -- intended effect.
It's -- an absolute opposite of affordable care senator thank you very very much about it again.
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