It's nice that our country has no other problems so that our Congress can devote so much time to repealing Obamacare.
Don't mind that the Congressional Budget Office says that it's working and that repealing it will add $10 billion to the deficit — it must go. Because with it, 80 percent of premiums we pay must go to pay for health care (not CEO salaries and bonuses). Pre-existing conditions and lifetime caps on care are not allowable reasons to deny care (both things that should be treasured by our congresswoman). Those who keep voting it down have great health care (government-run, by the way). I think they should have to be out there with the rest of us and then see how they'd vote.
It's time to move on. Jobs, anyone?