Mark Levin explains how a big part of Obamacare could be gutted during Obama’s second term

Mark Levin explains how the states, run by Republican governors and in coordination with the Republican House, can gut a big part of Obamacare during Obama’s second term. And this isn’t some pipe dream he’s talking about, but a real possibility, perhaps even likely:

If enough governors say ‘no’ to expanding Medicaid in these state exchanges because they know eventually it will break their banks at the state level…and the House of Representatives controlled by the Republicans say ‘no, we’re not going to spend hundreds of billions more for these federal exchanges to massively expand Medicaid which already takes up almost 50% of the redistribution of wealth, that is all federal transfers…then a big part of Obamacare will have been gutted.

He explains further below:

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