John McCain Planning on Killing Tax Reform
Katrina Pierson | November 8, 2017
Here we go again. John McCain is apparently working hard on cementing his legacy as President Trump’s chief obstructionist.
It’s no wonder that McCain is now more popular with Democrats than Republicans.
As reported in the Hill, Forty-four percent of Republicans surveyed in the Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Wednesday hold a negative view of McCain, while only 35 percent have a positive view of him.
Meanwhile, 52 percent of Democrats surveyed now see him in a positive light.
It’s official: The Republican tax reform bill is dead on arrival in the Senate now that John McCain has become the third Republican senator to confirm that he plans to vote against it.
What’s worse for the Trump administration, McCain reportedly wants the bill to receive input from both parties – a criticism that he cited as his reason for voting against the Trump administration’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Now John McCain is the the head of the resistance. First he goes against people’s healthcare, then he opposes their tax cuts. Both for selfish, bureaucratic reasons. And all that in only a year after getting reelected on the pro-repeal, pro-tax cut agenda. But you knew what he was.