My Democrat friends foisted this refrain upon me after I attended President Trump’s announcement of his health care plan in North Carolina. I posted about it on social media, along with the transcript of his speech and the outline of his plan. How could they claim he didn’t have a health care plan? It was there in writing. Apparently, that wasn’t enough, and it wouldn’t be until the government had more control.
“It’s not a ‘plan’ because you can’t sign-up for it,” someone snidely retorted.
I realized then we held two different views of what constitutes a health care plan—and what it means for the American people.
To consider it a “plan,” my progressive friends would need President Trump to create and offer an overarching outline