House Speaker Paul Ryan admits that a Clinton victory in tomorrow's general election dooms efforts to overturn Obamacare. The battle moves on to preventing evolution toward a single-payer system; Republicans fear a public option may prove a more popular way to lower costs than feeding the poor to insurance companies.
Ryan admitted that a victory by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would mark the end of his quixotic quest to repeal the Affordable Care Act. That may seem like an obvious conclusion, but it qualifies as a noteworthy statement because it's coming from the man who oversaw dozens of hopeless votes to overturn the 6-year-old health care law. …
Weber: Obamacare doesn't get repealed, likely ever, if Hillary wins. Doesn't get repealed. Agree?
Ryan: Yes. Yes, I do agree. Hillary's talking about a public option, which is basically double-down on government-run health care. That's the opposite of what we're offering. We actually have a plan to replace Obamacare. All of us have basically gotten to consensus on what our plan is, but we have to win an election to put it in place.