Will the House Republican repeal bill survive the Republican controlled Senate?

According to Senator Lamar Alexander, the Republican version of the Obamacare repeal bill is DOA, stating, “Were going to be starting from scratch. We are going to re-write this bill and make it reflect OUR goals.” Our goals Lamar? No, it is the American People’s goals!

Available for interviews on this topic is political pundit Josh Bernstein, who stated, “The Senate would be VERY WISE to pass the House version in its entirety without changing even one word of it. According to the Americans For Tax Reform the House version will repeal and save the American taxpayers an incredible $622 Billion 700 million dollars over time through the relief of taxes, regulations, mandates, and requirements.”

Bernstein provides just some of the accomplishments that the house version promises:

Abolishes the Employee Mandate Tax

Abolishes the Individual Mandate Tax

Abolishes the Medicine Cabinet Tax

Abolishes the Chronic Care Tax

Abolishes the HSA Withdrawal Tax

Abolishes the Small Business Tax

Abolishes the 3.8% on Investment Income Tax

Abolishes the Medical Device Tax

PLUS it COVERS Pre-Existing Conditions…

So why on earth would the Senate Republicans want to start over when this version is such a great alternative?

TV Talk Show Host, Political Analyst, Commentator and National Spokesman Josh Bernstein is one of the most sought after TV and Radio guests in Conservative Media today. He has been called a “political savant” by many of his industry peers because of his often encyclopedic breakdown on many of the issues we face. Josh promises your audience a unique and original perspective that is straightforward and unapologetic. He is the National Spokesman for The Association of Mature American Citizens and their 1.3 million members. His “Josh Bernstein News Minutes” can be heard daily on close to 50 stations in 25 states. His TV Show is watched by thousands of people each week and features a different top level guest.

CONTACT: To schedule an interview, call Christy McGlothlin at: 919-800-8017 or email




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