Please return to Richardcyoung.com at 5:00PM today for the first in a running series from me and the Young Research staff on today’s proposed Republican health care bill.
As of this a.m., I think the bill has a shot at eventually garnering the needed Senate votes for passage. Republican Senate leadership will probably be successful in buying off the handful of current Republican naysayers.
Under normal circumstances, this buy off would not reach the only member of the U.S. Senate I trust—Rand Paul, who stands for all Americans. He is not president today for reasons I will elaborate on at Richardcyoung.com over the coming 30 days.
By now, Rand Paul has to be worn out from standing alone on the floor of the U.S. Senate on behalf of America. I would not blame the Senator from Kentucky should he decide this time around not to go it alone regarding the Republicans’ proposed health care bill.
See you at 5 p.m.
Richard C. Young
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