For that scrapbook I've been urging you to keep for the next generation, when they ask you, "Where were you and how did you respond when Donald Trump rose to power?" And when they ask, "And you tell me 'pro-life' white Christians supported him in heavy percentages? How did they imagine that ripping healthcare coverage from millions of poor people to put millions of dollars into the pockets of the super-rich is 'pro-life'?"
". #ACARepeal— Amanda Bower (@heyprofbow) January 12, 2017
GOP just voted against CHIP - the health insurance program for children. They just voted to take away coverage from children. #voterama— Caroline O. (@RVAwonk) January 12, 2017
Like thieves in the night, stealing health care access from those who need it most. #ACARepeal #Congress https://t.co/SiVfvOU4jc— Audra Hina (@AudraHina) January 12, 2017
|Charles Pierce, "30 Million People Lost Their Healthcare in the Middle of the Night"|
Just a reminder that "pro-life" is just a nickname if you don't think repealing health care for millions of Americans isn't immoral.— Fake Meows (@BroderickGreer) January 12, 2017
Remarkable silence from religious groups: Catholic bishops, evangelicals, Mormons, etc. on #ACARepeal. Not a peep about ethics, morality.— Daniel Burke (@BurkeCNN) January 12, 2017
@JamesMartinSJ I stand corrected. One bishop. But where's USCCB?— Daniel Burke (@BurkeCNN) January 12, 2017
@BurkeCNN @JamesMartinSJ The entity that's been saying for years that the ACA is a threat to religious freedom isn't standing up for it now? 🤔— Michael J O'Loughlin (@MikeOLoughlin) January 12, 2017
4 in 5 white evangelicals, 3 in 5 white Catholics and Mormons — "pro-life" voters — brought us the Trump nightmare.— Bill Lindsey (@wdlindsy) December 15, 2016
I will not forget.
The graphic at the top of the posting was Huffington Post's lead main-page headline this morning, 12 January 2017 (U.S. edition). Clicking on that graphic and other non-tweet graphics (e.g., Charles Pierce's text) will enlarge them and make them more legible.