House’s latest Dead Budget Walking repeals Obamacare, once again

House’s latest Dead Budget Walking repeals Obamacare, once again

[Ed. – The Senate GOP will ensure it goes nowhere.  And you rubes just don’t understand how important and necessary that is.]

The House budget unveiled Tuesday again includes a full repeal of ObamaCare.

The 43-page proposal offered by House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price (R-Ga.) would eliminate all mandates, taxes, regulations and subsidies under the healthcare law, which the committee says would save $2 trillion.

“It is imperative that the president’s health care law be repealed so that we can start over and make targeted, common sense reforms,” the committee wrote in the budget proposal.

The GOP’s latest effort to repeal ObamaCare comes just after the fifth anniversary of the law’s passage. It is also a mostly symbolic move, as the proposals will not become law. …

The budget writers leave open the option of reconciliation, a tool that can be used to prevent Senate Democrats from filibustering legislation.  …

Republicans have eyed reconciliation as a way to avert the massive insurance meltdown that could occur if $28 billion in subsidies are struck down by the [Supreme] court.

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