(Jordain Carney, The Hill) – Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) said Tuesday that if Democrats don’t like a House bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, they should offer their own legislation.
“If you don’t like this proposal, then what’s your suggestion? What’s your suggestion?” he asked during a weekly Senate GOP leadership news conference.
“I’m sensing that they’re just sitting back on their hands and taking great glee, great joy, out of seeing this marketplace of their creation melting down and people being left high and dry,” he added.
Democrats have skewered a House bill that would dismantle core provisions of ObamaCare, including the Medicaid expansion, and put in place a new tax credit to help people buy insurance.