Rand Paul: White House cajoling, wooing conservative health care critics

Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said Wednesday the White House is in the midst of a “charm offensive” to try to cajole wary conservatives who have criticized the House GOP’s health care plan.

“I think the White House, the administration, and the president understand that there’s enough conservatives that they can’t pass ‘Obamacare lite,’ ” Mr. Paul said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

“That’s why this week, what’s going on behind the scenes is a charm offensive,” he said.

“Every conservative that’s come out publicly opposed to this has been called by the White House and is being cajoled and wooed by the White House to give in,” Mr. Paul said.

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • cunning says:

    Screw free welfare clients and free drug rehab, people with earnings just over the limit cost them $500 a month and $7 thousand deductible for a script for one pill, thats why every one working has insurance but never goes to the doctor or hospital? they can not afford the deductible, We should take what trump offered for now and fix it as we go along, MG the man has only been in office 30 days, give them time to figure out a better deal.It took Obama years and a $600 million computer program that still does not work. of course the no bid program came from a friend of Obamas wife, and no body was screaming then, so stop crying like babies..

  • justinwachin says:

    Dr. Rand Paul and other Republicans need to stand firm. I’m not interested in seeing Obamacare repealed just for the sake of repeal. I want something to replace it which is BETTER. The best thing would be to go to a model which encourages competition among health care providers and health insurers. I would like to see more options in health plans rather than one White House approved plan. In the end, government bureaucracy would be phased out of health insurance and would have a greatly diminished role in manage the nation’s health cares system.

    At the same time it is important to have a safety net in place for those who are not insurable or for whom the premium would exceed a certain percentage of their income. The safety net might require a government program. Hopefully the number needing the safety net would be small.

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