House Republicans to vote for one-year delay of Obamcare; WATCH House Live Stream

If it weren’t for Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, I don’t think Obamacare would be an issue at all in these negotiations so the fact that the House is pushing for a one-year delay of Obamacare is big news. Let’s hope they stick to their guns even if the government shuts down.

Also you can watch the House Live Stream below:

POLITICO – House Republicans will vote to pass a one-year delay of Obamacare in exchange for funding the government, a plan that drastically increases the chances of a government shutdown this Tuesday.

The decision was announced by the GOP leadership in a closed meeting Saturday afternoon, according to sources present. Republicans will also pass a bill to fund U.S. troops if the government shuts down, according to GOP lawmakers. The House’s funding measure will keep the government open until mid December.

“We’ve had enough of the disunity in our party,” Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) told the meeting of House Republicans Saturday afternoon. “The headlines are Republicans fighting Republicans. This will unite us. This protects the people who sent us here from Obamacare.”

House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said it would be the “fastest whip check in history,” as every member raised their hand, saying they would support the bill.

The House is expected to vote Saturday, sources say.

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