“If you live in the Republican conference … I don’t think Jesus could get everyone to agree on everything.”
Rep. Phil Roe, MD (R-Tenn.), a physician member of the US House of Representatives who has been an active participant in the Republican task force meetings leading up to the release of the Ryan Health Reform Plan
“I’m also in favor of what’s called the public option, so that people can buy into Medicare at a certain age.”
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D-NY) in a speech before a group of supporters in Virginia last week – marking a shift in her policy toward more of a single-payer approach.
“After Trump went after the ‘Mexican’ judge from northern Indiana then (House Speaker) Paul Ryan endorsed him, I decided that in fact this was not my party anymore.”
George Will – a noted conservative (and, I might add “thoughtful”) political commentator – in comments on “Fox News Sunday” related to his decision to withdraw from the Republican Party.
“George Will, one of the most overrated political pundits (who lost his way long ago), has left the Republican Party. He’s made many bad calls.”
Donald Trump (Presumptive Republican Nominee for President of the USA) in a tweet following George Will’s announcement on Sunday that he is leaving the GOP