Cry Me A River, Mark Meadows…

Celebrating taking away healthcare from Americans

and then jump in it:

Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), — who played a pivotal role in including state waiver options in AHCA — hadn’t read the full report yet, but initially said he saw it as “good news.”

When reporters pointed out the portion of the CBO report saying individuals with preexisting conditions in waiver states would be charged higher premiums and could even be priced out of the insurance market — destabilizing markets in those states — under AHCA, Meadows seemed surprised.

“Well, that’s not what I read,” Meadows said, putting on his reading glasses and peering at the paragraph on the phone of a nearby reporter…

…After reading the paragraph, Meadows told reporters he would go through the CBO analysis more thoroughly and run the numbers, adding he would work to make sure the high-risk pools are properly funded.

Mark Meadows needs a hug.

Meadows, suddenly emotional, choked back tears and said, “Listen, I lost my sister to breast cancer. I lost my dad to lung cancer. If anybody is sensitive to preexisting conditions, it’s me. I’m not going to make a political decision today that affects somebody’s sister or father because I wouldn’t do it to myself.”

He continued:

“In the end, we’ve got to make sure there’s enough funding there to handle preexisting conditions and drive down premiums. And if we can’t do those three things, then we will have failed.”

You’ve already failed, Meadows. By 2026 there will be 51,000,000 uninsured Americans thanks to you. Decent people should cross the street when they see you and parents should shield the eyes of their children. You are the perfect distillation of greed.

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5 Responses to Cry Me A River, Mark Meadows…

  1. roket says:

    Mark Meadows (R-Satan’s Minion)

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  2. Ellis Weiner says:

    Why wait til 2026 to feel bad? There will be 14 million without health insurance *next year*.

    Liked by 1 person

    • tengrain says:

      This is true, but I would add, 14 million MORE next year, which I think means around 26-28 million people without insurance next year?




  3. C Montgomery Burns says:

    Me so sad.
    My mommy sick…Liar doesn’t give a shit about anyone.


  4. some things you can do something about, and others you can cry about


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