The Republican-majority Congress is greasing the skids so that the incoming Trump administration can hit the ground running.
Case in point: Many pundits were wondering if Obamacare would survive President Trump’s first term in office. The handwriting on the wall is it is going to be toast before Barack Hussein leaves office.
Two resolutions to repeal the steaming pile of nanny state bureaucracy we know as Obamacare have been passed in Congress, one in each chamber.
House Republicans can only lose 23 of their members and still pass legislation on their own. Earlier in the week, enough Republicans were on the fence about supporting the budget that the whip count appeared in question.