Sunday, March 26, 2017

President Trump vs. Speaker Ryan: 38 Executive Actions to A Paltry 6 Bills Signed into Law

Via Billy

With the Obamacare bill being pulled by President Trump yesterday due to lack of votes, Speaker Ryan’s House has little or nothing to show for itself since the President’s Inauguration on January 20th.  Compared to President Trump, Paul Ryan’s House of Representatives looks stagnant!   

The President has signed 38 game changing executive actions to six rather insignificant pieces of legislation signed into law since the President’s inauguration. 

Today, Ryan’s Republicans tried to scrape up the votes to pass a highly unpopular healthcare bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.  Eventually President Trump stepped in to pull the bill due to lack of votes.

President Trump is implementing all he can for Americans who struggle daily with financial challenges due to Obamacare and a burdensome federal tax regime.  However Speaker Ryan’s Republican House continues to work at a snail’s pace with little or no successful legislation to brag about to date.  After eight years of Obama and seven years since Obamacare was first introduced, Speaker Ryan’s Congress could not put together a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare that all Republicans would sign into law.

2 comments:

  1. Paul Ryan is either delusional, stupid, or a conniver. I am
    glad Trump dumped the flawed health care bill. It's like
    Occidental Observer stated that a bad health care bill
    would destroy Trump.
    The Alt Right is most interested in immigration because of its effects on the future demographics of the country and generally opposing the interests of White Americans. But the Trump administration’s attitudes and policies on immigration, even if they become reality — which is proving to be difficult indeed, will be short-lived if issues like health care are dealt with in a way that ignores the interests of the White base of the GOP. If the bill is seen as benefiting more traditional GOP constituencies — big business and ideological libertarianism — it is a death sentence for Trump’s populism.

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