By now you may have heard about the House GOP’s ongoing battle over the Obamacare repeal bill, which is still being debated by the House Ways and Means Committee.
While there’s no guarantee that the bill will ever come to the floor, if you’ve been following the House and Senate negotiations, you know that a deal is imminent.
Here are seven ways to get rid of your disloyal GOP members.
You can’t keep them around indefinitely.
There are several ways you can force the House to pass the bill without having to deal with the Republicans’ own version.
If you want to vote to end the individual mandate, you can do so as soon as you’re in a district that voted for President Donald Trump.
If your district voted for Trump, you could force a vote on the House floor.
If that doesn’t happen, the House will be forced to act on the bill.
You could also force the Senate to act.
One option is for senators to introduce a bill directly to the Senate.
If the Senate passes it, it can then be sent to the House.
If not, it could be reintroduced in the House or used to pass a reconciliation bill, or, in this case, to repeal and replace Obamacare.
You might have to make concessions on other fronts.
If, as expected, the Senate and House are able to agree on the final bill, they can then pass it by a simple majority vote.
However, that doesn