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Possibly Brain-Damaged Paul Ryan Says Obamacare Can Still Be Repealed

Racist Republican of Wisconsin Paul Ryan believes that Obamacare can still be repealed! Not only does he want to keep people unemployed, he also wants to keep them uninsured.

In an interview on Bloomberg TV that is set to air Friday night, Ryan was questioned about repealing Obamacare after more than 7 million people have signed up for it and are benefiting from it. Ryan idiotically believes that the insurance act will “collapse under its own weight” because it is so “fundamentally flawed”. Which is why so many people signed up for it, right Ryan?

“I’d question the premise of that entire argument. No, I don’t know that [we can't repeal it],” Ryan said. “So this whole thing that, oh, we have 7.1 million people, which, by the way, we won’t even get into the legitimacy of that statistic. So we have — let’s just take it for argument. Seven million people on Obamacare; there’s no way you can change it. It’s just going to have to learn to live with it. I don’t buy that for a second.”

Members of his own party disagree with repealing the Act due to the impracticality. Philip Klien of the Washington Examiner brought up a valid point on the issue:

“Even if the law remains broadly unpopular, Republicans will have to deal with the fact that millions of Americans would have their coverage disrupted by repeal.”

Of course, the Republicans wouldn’t worry about an issue of anyone’s insurance being disrupted since they didn’t even care when millions of Americans went uninsured every single year.