With the fallout from last week's non-vote on the Republican health care bill increasing, the blame-game continues within the GOP. On "The Chris Salcedo Show" today, Chris Salcedo talks about the most recent finger pointing that has occurred. Representative Ted Poe, (R-Texas) has resigned his position in the Freedom Caucus, indicating his belief that the members of the Caucus would have opposed anything, including the Ten Commandments.
"The issue was always that conservatives were not brought to the table in the Republican Party," said Poe. "Now we've been brought to the table. And we had our input. Changes were made. And they continued to vote no."
While disagreeing that the Caucus members truly would have voted "no" on the Ten Commandments, Chris did lament the lack of preparation that should have been done.
"This was the kind of work that needed to be done two years ago, three years ago. It was no secret even back then that Obamacare was going to implode. ... It was only a matter of time," Chris concluded. "It's going to continue to happen I venture a guess because well, there's not going to be much done to replace it."