F**king Unbelievable: The GOP Shoves Health Care Through the House: The Daily Show

F**king Unbelievable: The GOP Shoves Health Care Through the House: The Daily Show

Despite opposition from almost every major health organization, the GOP pushes an Affordable Care Act replacement bill through the House of Representatives.

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20 Responses

  1. Spunky1991 says:

    These scumbags make me want to vomit. Hopefully we can get rid of as many of them as possible in 2018. And then Trump in 2020. So sick of them.

  2. CaptainUseless says:

    All those republicans looking smug cause they know how much richer they just got

  3. Big Amp says:

    damn shame how they want to replace everything that Obama did

  4. Toad Jiang says:

    ‘Oh yeah, fuck the poor, elderly and unhealthy!’ ….That’s so ironic for a party who claims to be ‘pro life’. Just like Trevor once said, republicans are like comic book collectors, “Human life only holds value until you take it out of the package, and then it’s worth nothing”.

  5. God Likes Porn with Ben the Demon says:

    Every time a baby with lung cancer is denied coverage, Paul Ryan gets a boner.

  6. m thomas says:

    2018, we can repeal and replace the GOP.

  7. tubeuser2222 says:

    being born poor is a pre-existing condition, but I’m still waiting on the cure for that one

  8. Calyx says:

    LOL America. So democratic. People’s votes didn’t matter for the presidency and bills get pushed through without anyone supporting it. hahaha.

  9. Cadmus says:

    Now people get to lose their healthcare or be unable to afford the bill, playing God with people’s lives and never regretting it, thank you conservatives. So what’s next, 8 years of madness? I give up if the American people want to go down in history as racist, ignorant, desperate people that want to simply die quickly for absolutely nothing, so be it. The country is backwards and represents nothing.

  10. jjmaze says:

    Vote these assholes out in 2018. They are who suck.

  11. Another Made Up Internet Subculture says:

    man, this is some heartless shit to the next level.

  12. Annie parker says:

    you get a feeling of punching someone square in the jaw when you see paul ryan grinning like an idiot and nodding to evey stupid comment coming out of trump’s mouth

  13. Piecemaker1975 says:

    From a German perspective: Everyone gets about 8% deducted from their salary (there is an upper bound to this and it’s independent from your health) and for this you get free, unconditional, unlimited health care. Apparently this sounds like socialism to the American ear. Have fun with your health care system.

  14. ISupportAccountability says:

    Oh you think Trumptards are going to realize this right now? Oh bitch please, they won’t until they start to drop dead one by one without healthcare coverage.

  15. Night Devil says:

    I’m not even american and even i feel mad. Because i have compassion for human life.

  16. Nour Tellow says:

    The party of pro-life showing their true colors once again.

  17. Kyle Silva says:

    America’s logic

    Healthcare = privilege

    Owning a gun = right

  18. What-If Machine says:

    In honor of Star Wars Day, the GOP has officially become the new Galactic Empire.

  19. Marc F. Nielssen says:

    Many Trump voters are so delusional that when they cannot afford health care anymore, they will blame Obama for it on their death bed.

  20. Exxxb B says:

    I want to leave a funny comment, but I can’t… I am so emotional over this stuff and it hasn’t passed all the way yet, but if it does I am screwed.

    I have a rare disease ( like way more rare than one in a million .) I did not choose to be born with it and I would get rid of it if there was a way, but there is not. I have gone above and beyond in all aspects of my life to overcome, and the Affordable Care Act allowed me to get treatment.

    Without treatment, I would not be one year away from finishing college and working in healthcare. Without treatment I cannot work, cannot go to school.

    In other words, the ACA allowed me to have a fighting chance at being a productive member of society.

    Sick people do not want to be sick. Sure, some life choices make you get sick, but tons of people have no choice, no fight. They are “high risk” by virtue of exiting. I am one of those people.

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