Comrades, I assume by now that you have all heard that Obamacare will NOT be repealed at this time. In fact, it was Trump himself who asked that the bill be removed from the list of bills to be considered.
In all fairness it was not Trump's fault. He seems to be trying but is being obstructed from all sides. The reason given for pulling the bill is that there will not be nearly enough votes for it to pass. It seems that our wonderful representatives and senators whose first duty is to enact the will of the people are afraid that if they repeal Obamacare and Trumpcare isn't as good, they will lose the votes of their constituents - both Republican and Democrat who are benefitting from Obamacare.
Yes, there are some who are benefitting from Obamacare and Congress and the Senate are worried they'll be voted out of office if they repeal the unpopular act. Democrats are willing to do whatever it takes to preserve Obama's legacy, and there are just enough Republicans who are afraid of losing their seats in the next election so that we are stuck with Obamacare - for the moment.
Trump says he is not giving up. He says it's mainly a matter of convincing America that his plan is better. If he can do that, then we have a chance to get rid of Obamacare. If he can't, then it will be with us for a long time to come.
You know, I never advocate violence, but sometimes I think that an armed revolution is the only answer to our dilemma - just sometimes. I still consider myself a man of peace, but I'll never forget what one of our Founding Fathers once said:
When the government fails to serve the people, it's time for a new government. - Thomas Jefferson.
If he were alive today, he'd be calling for another revolution.