The repeal of ObamaCare passed in the House of Representatives. But, if the past actions of Senate Minority Leaders Mitch McConnell are any indicator of future actions, the fate of the movement to repeal ObamaCare is far from certain in the Senate.
Will McConnell follow John Boehner's lead, press relentlessly for a vote and actuallyput some real effort into convincing just four Democrats to join him, slap repeal on Barack Obama's desk and force him, with an election approaching, to veto the repeal of legislation that a majority of the American people detest?
Left to their own devices, some of our elected officials won't even try becausethey'd rather CAMPAIGN on repealing ObamaCare than actually FIGHT to repeal ObamaCare.
And that's unacceptable. They fail to understand that, win or lose, you just don't talk the talk, you must also walk the walk.
And they fail to understand that they will only win in November and EARN the opportunity to actually repeal ObamaCare DOWN THE ROAD, IF they make an HONEST ATTEMPT to repeal ObamaCare NOW.
And it's up to each and every one of us to set them straight on that very harsh reality and deliver that message right here and right now. We're not asking for miracles. But we are demanding something that some of our elected officials have failed to give us... an honest effort.