Social tact is an element of politics that is highly utilized to showcase a point of view or perspective on a matter. The process of repealing Obamacare has been a long and arduous journey by the GOP thus far.

For the first time in decades, the Republican party has the majority in various outlets of the government meaning revolutionary changes. But the removal of Obamacare has brought about a loud protest from its supporters and users. What is the importance of analyzing the responses to protestors made by the members of the Republican party? It’s simple:

In order to produce any effect toward preventing or allowing the removal of Obamacare, we must understand how to play the field, especially since they hold the power.

There have been many concerning reports surrounding the behavior showcased by members of the Republican party. Politico reports that “Rep. Dave Brat, the conservative Republican needled liberal protesters in his district and groused about all the women “in my grill” over GOP plans to repeal and replace Obamacare.


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Rep. Dave Brat credits to Politico via Kyle Cheney


However, in contrast to the snide comments, some representatives of the Republican party have been cordial and are even claiming to “work to ensure that the GOP replacement plan includes protections for pre-existing conditions.”

These reportings highlight one thing, that the Republican party has a very inconsistent response and attitude toward the repeal of Obamacare. For some, the hassle is not worth the repeal while others are adamant, even hostile at the thought of not repealing the act.

featured image credit to Matt Goins


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