Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) joined Friday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” to explain why he voted against the latest GOP health care bill, which passed in the House on Thursday.
“This was not a good bill, and listen, there were three of us that I know of who voted against this for conservative reasons,” Massie, who represents Kentucky's 4th Congressional District, said on Friday’s show. The two other members of the House that he listed were Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina and Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona.
“Just last year, as Republicans, we were arguing that mandates were unconstitutional, subsidies would bankrupt our country and that bailouts were immoral, and this bill has all of those things in it,” Massie asserted.
He warned that these failures were now a legitimate part of the GOP platform thanks to the Republican bill, which now goes to the Senate.
Glenn agreed with Massie’s analysis, saying, “I really believe this is going to collapse under its own weight and now it has the GOP thumbprint on it.”
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