No surprise here: U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder still wants to repeal Obamacare and replace it with the American Health Care Act.
But it’s also not shocking to again see that many Kansans, including those from his district that covers Johnson and Wyandotte counties, don’t share Yoder’s enthusiasm.
The Republican congressman made his latest case for the AHCA on Twitter Tuesday afternoon.
But his communication with constituents attracted few favorable responses. Instead, as of midday Wednesday, more than 100 responses attacked his position.
Many are dead-on in telling Yoder to oppose the House health care bill and come up with something better for Kansans.
For starters, listen to GOP Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas.
Don’t slash future Medicaid funding.
Hold a town hall, for goodness sake.
Stop lying to us.
Some people still remember the Sea of Galilee incident.
Obamacare is not failing.
The Koch brothers!
Some sounded even-handed, saying they had supported Yoder in the past.
Voters are the ultimate authority.
Finally, here’s the one that represents Yoder’s defender(s) on this post: