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Republicans Asked For 'Obamacare Horror Stories' And It Didn't Go As Planned

The Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), the senate's version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), also known as Trumpcare, is expected to make a return soon after it failed to pick up enough support to even be voted on before the Fourth of July recess. 

The bill, which would lead to 22 million more Americans being uninsured by 2026, is hugely unpopular among the public, with only 16 percent thinking that the bill is “a good idea.” And that disapproval showed when the Indiana Republican Party recently asked for  "Obamacare horror stories" on their Facebook page. 

Did you lose a doctor that you liked? Have your premiums increased? Did your insurer leave the exchange? Are burdensome...

Posted by Indiana Republican Party on Monday, July 3, 2017

Instead, they got stuff like this...

Thousands of people wrote messages of support for the Affordable Care Act, and occupied most of the top comments. 

It even picked up support from nurses. 

That didn't turn out as expected. 

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