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Biden’s ACA Reconstruction Is a Good Goal

Biden’s ACA Reconstruction Is a Good Goal

The one promise Biden has kept since taking office is his commitment to “deconstructing” the Affordable Care Act, known as “Obamacare.” His first year in office has been one of “stretch goal” or “if we only had another year” progress toward achieving it.

While that is likely true — there have been few, if any — real accomplishments in that regard, Biden has not been able to resist the temptation to tout these successes:

1) He still thinks that repealing and replacing the ACA is a worthy goal.

If he’s elected president, his first order of business will likely be to nominate the surgeon to complete the medical mission to destroy the Affordable Care Act.

“I’m going to go back and get him,” Biden quipped to his supporters in South Carolina, who have been urging their candidate to do so for months. “I’ve got one question he never asks when he comes in the room: ‘What do you want to do about the Affordable Care Act?’”

2) He thinks that his signature accomplishment — a Supreme Court that decided to take up the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — should be undone by voters.

Biden is so committed to repealing Obamacare that he thinks the only way he can win a second four-year term in the White House is if his party’s voters are forced to throw it overboard once and for all.

“If you want me to be president,” Biden said in South Carolina, “it’s got to be from a strong position.”

The implication, of course, is that if voters do not want Trump as president — and he is currently leading the polls — they will be punished by the threat of sending Biden in to the Oval Office if he is elected.

3) He thinks that his signature accomplishment —

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