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The American people expect no less they want this bill repealed.
-- we're standing here today to say American people the president of the United States down the street at 16100 Pennsylvania Avenue.
-- but not be listening to you but we in congress have not forgotten you we're listening we're not giving up until -- balls.
-- repeal this bill.
Republicans vowing to -- leave the national health care present Obama's national health care and no matter what the Supreme Court decides.
So what is the next move.
Represented Michelle Bachmann joins us nice to say it's good to see you very announced that Clinton's second sent tape of went the national health care laws passed lesson.
Yeah and actually this was just recently just laughs but yeah but do you rebound went right after the president -- -- -- was -- of the union introduced one.
I dead actually the night that the bill was passed on the house floor I -- -- while my colleagues Mike Pence.
And I said Mike we've got to do something ready and her repeal bill -- shall have added.
So I called my staff -- about midnight we stayed out we broke the repeal bill that night.
And the next morning -- the first member of congress on the floor I introduce a full scale repeal bill because I thought it was imperative that we let the American people now.
We are not waving the white flag of surrender on socialize medicine.
We're gonna keep fighting until it's repealed and we will we're not giving up what we're just about on that one by the -- member.
Powell why it was not it was it yet we got killed it was a more than enough of course that's when Nancy Pelosi -- the House of Representatives.
Harry Reid ran the senate and Barack Obama was president.
So the Democrats had their way and they got their bill and the American people hate -- they want us to get rid of it because they see that.
Costs are going through the roof that's the number one reason employers aren't hiring today and it's going to change -- -- ever in this country.
So people want us to repeal it and deal with the true cost there that your problem with health care.
Which is cost.
This bill only increase the costs of health care what we want to do -- house Republicans is actually bring down the cost.
And the good news is we -- there's positive solution let me Alyssa says the -- and then where you know promise of the one of them was is that that costs would go down.
And thirty million who are uninsured would then have health insurance -- right now let's thirty million don't have health insurance and even gotten to the mandate writes those 39 and still don't they don't happen here's even worse last week the government instituted Congressional Budget Office said at least twenty million people.
Are going to lose their health care because employers are gonna drop them.
Because the costs are escalating so fast on health care.
Pete employers are gonna want -- golf so you can't win for -- losing on this -- What would you do I mean I mean do -- under your thought would everybody have some sort of health insurance and just be a different program this is what I think we need to do adopt a free market principles and I -- a bill together a couple of years ago that says this number one.
Let any American by any health insurance -- that policy they want anywhere in the United States.
With we know it now with it -- you can't tell you -- only buy health insurance policy in New York State written under your state mandate how come.
Well because there's this thing called McCarron Ferguson -- the federal -- -- -- it it creates monopolies for insurance companies in every single state.
We've got to knock down those barriers and really think about the consumer and let the consumer by any insurance policy they want anywhere in America.
No minimum federal requirements and then the Mississippi city -- -- -- into making I didn't making out like bandits because this monopoly well they've got a monopoly in each state.
Okay -- I would tell -- that tells Miller said that it let me let 200 number two what we should do -- we should let every American.
Pay for their health insurance expenses whether it's their premiums or co pays deductibles pharmaceuticals medical devices whatever it is.
They -- not -- paid for it with their own tax free money.
Number three we need to have a lawsuit abuse reform.
If you -- those three things grant you a drive down the cost of health insurance and health costs dramatically and that's the real problem.
Because -- -- -- promised every household lives saved 2500 dollars a year.
In he had receive an ex -- and that cost fight through the roof.
And that's why this -- wildly unpopular.
I'm -- be in the Supreme Court to hear that -- argue that the -- ticket I'm gonna be their first.
To listen to it well I tell you what -- what I find very troubling is that this 2500 pages in this leader Pelosi famously said something we have to get past him I don't know what I think I think Dutch financial people could read and see it but whatever.
But I'm never has said that they're the the man who argued today in the Supreme Court made some sort of sarcastic remark about house that didn't have a lot of clarity -- but that's the under.
Kathleen -- the -- -- actually incomprehensible.
But those 2500 pages would then shipped over to.
HHS and then unelected people and created these rules is complex set of rules always unelected people are really right to health care -- This is a bill that will never finish being written but that's why.
So -- I understand that that's right.
That's why it's so terrible the 2500 pages is chump change has already been over 101000.
Pages of regulations that are written.
And there's 12100 places in the bill that you know how to bring -- senate senators aren't -- remember the night you brought it in here and has set aside you know that -- messages out of jail and then take seven times a factor of ten.
And that's the -- beginning of the regulations.
It will never and employers will never know if there are criminal are not criminal -- there in compliance or not.
-- individuals we'll never know for in compliance and fuel changes forever printed edition do you ever ever is that people as a country our relationship with -- government.
Changes forever because we are electing a president in the future.
We're electing a health care dictator.
Who with the stroke of -- scanner that with the -- of his magic wand.
Decides what we get to zero we don't and the true story of health care under Obama -- is not the goodies you can't.
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Is not our exe that's right everybody should be outraged and demand that this -- -- I don't care what the Supreme Court does.
Congress passed to repeal this bill that's the bottom line from -- nice to see -- good to see you Greta come.